Conté à Paris Sketchboard
Conte is close to me - it was my first pencil ever. I designed an app that lets you try swatches of their crayons and pencils on your phone before you buy them.
The concept was so well received by Conté à Paris that one of their brand managers even contacted us to talk about it.
It's such an awesome brand that I was amazed to see their company website so outdated. It triggered me to experiment more with the brand and I also created a sample of how their website could look.
Apartments Comparison Configurator
I got inspired to design an apartment comparison configurator after browsing tens of Airbnb rooms for my next trip. Imagine you could use a comparison configurator for renting houses or just buying. Super clean, customisable, just for comparing only what you care about.
The feedback of the design community at Dribbble was incredibly positive. It inspired a lot of people and some even stole the idea.
Save The Children Fundraising App
Save The Children is one of the world's most prominent charity foundations. They help people all over the world. One of their mission is providing people with drinkable water.
The app's concept was to instantly show current programs and encourage people to donate using social proof - the amount of backers and money already raised.
Cost Renovation Calculator
I was moving into a new place when I found out there are no good calculators for renovation. So I thought of an imaginary service called Renova. It lets you calculate remodelling costs in your house, create expenses plans and find contractors to do the job. You can publish your own calculation or browse community's plans and modify them to fit your space and budget.
Movie Tickets App
A little exercise of using the data from Google search results into an app. How cool it would be to instantly see the best time to visit a cinema around you? 😁Or to play the movie trailer upon opening the particular movie screen.
At our office, we used to use Takeaway.com everyday. At the time their app looked old and bland. It inspired me to redesign their app. The challenge was to change just their interface, not their flow.
Encouraged by a good reception of the mobile app redesign, I went on to redesign their website as well.
I experimented with transitions between screens so that going from the venue page to a cart to checkout would feel seamless.
The reception of the redesign was so good that Amsterdam headquarters of Takeaway.com contacted us to congratulate on it. About one year later they eventually redesigned their app and it actually looks a lot like this concept! It makes me proud to guess their taste.
"It's through mistakes that you actually can grow. You have to get bad in order to get good.”