Random notes, scribbles
Here I externalize my thoughts and share my learning journey. Since I was a child until my college days I was always passionate about drawing. I sketched all the time. Somehow this habit virtually stopped when I become a full-time professional designer. I completely turned into a digital person.
Not until recent years I rediscovered the fun of hand sketching and related it to my professional goal. I realized that sketching can be a powerful tool to organize and externalize my thoughts. When we are talking about one of a designer’s challenges these days – that is solving complex, ambiguous, and seemingly intractable problems — visual is more effective than verbal or written communication. And unlike digital visualization, we can perform a quick sketch in front of others in real-time.
An experiment with Figma Auto Layout. The visual design is based on my real M+H project here. Responsive Design: The width of the display adjusts to the screen size of the browser or device (mobile/tablet/desktop). Non-responsive Design: Fixed width. Tools: Figma. Key...
Concept Design for Mann+Hummel. We built and launched the website in 2018. The company has established Brand guidelines that I had to adhere to. We wanted to introduce new products on the web with businesspeople and engineers as the target audience. The tone and...
My past work around 2016-2017 (as a designer at Hitachi).
An experiment with Figma prototyping. Tools: Figma + Content Reel & Unsplash plugin for picture content, Iconify for icons. Key Features: Smart Animate, On Drag, Horizontal Scroll within a frame.
An experiment with Figma prototyping. The design is inspired by Spotify (obviously!) Tools: Figma + Content Reel plugin for picture content, Iconify for icons. Key Features: Smart Animate, On Drag, Auto Layout.
An experiment with Figma prototyping. Tools: Figma + Content Reel plugin for pictures + Inconify for icons + Mapsicle for map content. Key Features: Vertical/Horizontal Scrolling within a Frame, Smart Animate, Auto Layout, Open Overlay.