I have designed mobile apps, websites and eCommerce stores. In my daily work I ideate, create wireframes, lead UX researches, execute growth experiments, and deliver hi-fi prototypes.
I help junior designers kickstart their design career. I provide personal feedback on their projects and support with creating a professional portfolio and personal brand.
I am one of the mentors in the online Dribbble UI & Product Design Courses. You will learn design process, Figma fundamentals & create your first case study together with me.
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This playful dog step calculator is designed for GenZ and their love for dogs. I was experimenting with neon and Midjourney AI to bring you a truly pawsome user experience.
Being an international app with 100M+ users around the world has its challenges. One of the biggest challenges is language — and how language affects interface design.
I wasn’t always a designer. Previously, I worked for large tech companies as a marketing manager.
In 2019, I quit my job, and became a self-taught freelance designer.
I spent around 3 years freelancing, mostly designing & building Webflow websites & Shopify online stores. The thing I liked about freelancing was the opportunity to help small businesses.
In 2021 I started working as a Sr. Product Designer at Sweatcoin, a mobile app that rewards users for walking. I was in the Growth Team, where my main focus was design with the goal of user acquisition. My marketing background was particularly useful here. During my time there we gained 80M+ new users.
In 2023 I started a new role as a Web3 Product Designer at a small crypto wallet startup called Flooz.
I'm also excited to continue teaching at Dribbble, mentoring junior designers and coaching at Liftyz.
I love good design, photography, wine, travel, sports, languages and books
I am always open to discuss your project, teach you about UX/UI best practices or help with your design challenges.
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