I've prepared a collection with expanded presentations of my latest projects on my Notion page. Check for more insights of discovery, workshops, UX research, planning and more.🔥 Check projects
A few things more to share
→ lego photo project
In 2015-2016 I worked on a daily photography project about turning usual objects into lego and capturing the everyday life of a lego man. It was my most shared and commented project on the web. Many popular portals wrote articles about my work i.e. Mashable
, Designboom (lego objects)
, Designboom (lego man)
, and some of them were even printed.
→ figma flow
In 2019-2020 while cooperating with the Eyedea
company, I was a part of the team working on a solution to optimize collaboration inside and outside the product team - Figma Flow.
In constant search for the solutions to optimize product design processes I made a UX toolkit for Figma called Blueflow. It’s a components library to help from the very early stage of drafts and wireframes to validate scenarios and statuses of UX and UI progress.→ blueflow
→ ux research
→ user scenarios and flows
→ design systems
→ ux / ui design
→ user tests
→ web design
→ logo / logobook
→ corporate identity
→ icons and illustrations
→ editorial design
→ product photography
→ own creations
Related to an overall digital graphic design since 2009. UX/UI designer with 7 years of experience. For 2 years I’m focused on working as a product designer.
I believe that attention to detail is essential in creating pixel-perfect components, organized directory structure, and clear specifications. The significant aspects of being accurate and dedicated to the product design process from the very beginning, allow the product to be adapted to various factors at any stage i.e. MVP scope scaling, staff changes in the product team, etc.
Working on an MVP part I apply the pragmatic approach to search for realistic solutions, quickly validate the results, and optimize processes. When the time is right to polish things I’m using my bright side of perfectionism to prepare consistent designs and hand off an understandable output.
If we’re on the same page in design culture, let's start working on something together!