UI & UX designer
Absolutely.London is the website of Absolutely luxury lifestyle magazine. The brief
required the creation of a responsive website as online version of the printed magazine,
showing the daily-updated contents in a clear way and in-line with the brand style.
As digital product designer at Zest Media, I was involved in the whole design and
development process, doing and managing everything from UX&UI to coding. Working
closely with the editorial team, we narrowed down the key categories to make the
website easy-to-navigate by the user. Being a content-heavy website, I designed a clean
and minimal layout to keep it clear and user-friendly. The typographic solutions I chose
are in-line with the editorial and luxury nature of the brand.
Absolutely Kids & Maternity Collections is a bi-annual trade collection book aimed directly at
professionals in the kids and maternity wear industry. The brief required the creation of an B2B
responsive website to work as promotional marketing tool designed to showcase the work of
brands across UK and Europe.
As digital product designer at Zest Media, I was involved in the whole design and development
process, doing and managing everything from UX&UI to coding. With the aim of keeping the
process as simple and clear as possible for the user, I came up with a simple one-page design,
showing the key order process steps: select season; choose the page template from our selection
of design layouts; upload contents; place your order. The design is both clean and playful to be
in-line with the target in the kids and maternity industry.
MBA & Co
MBA & Co offers world’s highest quality consultants on
demand in a changing world of work. The brief required
the design of a new responsive website showing a
simple to use process that takes the user from request
to engagement in a few short steps.
As UI designer I was asked to design a corporate but
friendly interface to show a new approach to the way
of working. Key design features to show this approach
were the use of icons and carefully selected images.
The colour palette in-line with the brand reflects a more
corporate feel as requested by the brief.
MBA & Co
As UI designer at Livity, I worked on this app concept for a
well-known car insurance company. Road Boss app was
designed for a young audience (18-22) to promoted safe
driving behaviour through a rewording process. The brief
required design of an attractive and colourful interface
for young users. Use of bold colours, icons and gamelooking design features were my response to the brief.
Spotted On Celeb
SpottedOnCeleb is an online fashion destination for the
latest celebrity styles. The brief required the design of a
e-commerce responsive website that allowed customers
to shop by celebrity and purchase the articles that their
favourite celebrity icons are wearing.
As UX&UI designer at Emocial, I took the project from
initial site map through wire-frame stage to interface
design. The design is simple and user-friendly, with a
neutral style to make the product images stand out.
Spotted On Celeb