Find below the list of services that I can help you with.
Before jumping into any visual design work, it’s critical to understand the current state of your business or project from the UX/UI perspective and the specific goals you want to achieve with my help in the short and mid term.
Let’s organise the content of your product so it makes sense to your customers and any user can actually find what they need with less frustration along the way.
Remote sessions oriented towards the user interface solution you need for your product. This approach would put the user at the centre of the design solution. The possible solutions explorations can be iterated as prototypes before implementing the final look and feel of the product.
Creating a sustainable and scalable visual ecosystem which is easy to maintain through a UI components library. I make sure that the UI work meet up-to-date standards and good practices following proven and tested recommendations. The wide range of UI products you might be after could be interfaces such as websites, web apps, mobile apps (Android or IOS), dashboards among others.
I manage and run an usability testing session to make sure all the elements and components of the user interface (website, mobile app, etc) make sense to users so they’re able to find what they need and they’re also can complete a task and interact with the product in an efficient way when clicking or tapping buttons, links, navigation bar, dashboards, etc.
Collection of different media, used to support the sales or narrative of a product or service.
I’m currently working full-time at the CommBank Australia. However, I do take on UX/UI freelance projects with more limited working hours (weekends) and more flexible timelines. My available time slots for meetings at the moment are as below:
If this is a good fit for your project, please reach out.
You can use the contact form on this page or you can just email me directly on: firstname.lastname@example.org. I tend to reply normally within the same day.
UI stands for User Interface. UI designers focus on the visual design of the interface. They are responsible for creating the look and feel of the product. These user interfaces can be a wide range of products such as mobile apps, websites, dashboards, etc.
UX stands for User Experience. UX designers are responsible for understanding the needs and goals of the users and creating a design that meets those needs.