Hola, I craft visual design systems for software products in London.And I like popcorn.
A software product is basically a sheet of paper —minus the razor-sharp edges. It needs a visual design system to make the content structured and create a consistent product that can be iterated efficiently. Users can sense when a product is well built, and thank for a cohesive interactive experience.
That's where I can help. Check out some of my works below.
I led the adaptation of Microsoft's Visual Design Language and Windows 10's patterns into Skype. I designed a toolkit for other designers to easily follow the system. This toolkit specified from how spacing and sizing should be applied to the use of each colour.
I worked with 2 designers to bring Skype for Web to life, an adaptation of the classic Skype app. We collaborated to overcome the technical limitations and adapted the UI for a touch-friendly experience. I also worked on improving individual features of Skype for Mac and Windows Classic, such as the contacts page and sharing a chat.
This app was designed as an assessment for Google DeepMind. After conducting customer interviews, I crafted an app that would deliver insights on activity and food intake with the least amount of effort from the user.
While working for Frog Design, I helped designing a new website for one of Siemens' brands, the largest engineering company in Europe. We designed how the company appears, product pages as well as a new community system.
Designed as an exploration for a pitch project at Frog, I paired with a developer to explore how can the OS of Smart TVs be more enjoyable. We focused on making a prototype for a more fluid and visual browsing, as well as a quicker app switching interaction.
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