Things I do and love
It’s hard for me to remember when my love for monsters with lots of eyes began, but it’s always been a part of me, to this day. In this project, I sketch and doodle weird things with highlighters-markers because it’s shiny and fun. When I turn on ultra-violet lights it just suits the weird-cute-scary personalities I imagined.
When I work on projects I dive into details and look for the places to give extra value and a fun experience to the user through micro-interaction behaviors, motion and video alongside the usage itself. I like to bring things to life through interaction.
While working, my nature is to streamline work methods to be the fastest, best and smartest. I knew that I needed a plugin for part of what I wanted, so I decided to learn the API of Figma, and develop small and straightforward plugins, that helped me work faster, and in a more organized way. I set a keyboard shortcut that turns on the plugins (such as titles, navigation arrows, and comments) and of course, I shared it with the Figma community and with my co-workers.
Here is my open working file with the comment and feedback component I created. This is the simplest and lightest version of the component. This is so that anyone can take it, use it and streamline their work, and if needed, build and customize it to suit their needs. This component was designed to help with asynchronous joint work by designers and teams around the world. It provides a quick visual way to present review comments and visually indicate their progress and status.
One of my first onboarding-assignment, when I joined Soluto (by Asurion), was to explore a new feature called “Techlist”, and suggest ideas as to what this feature should be, feel and look like.
Techlist is a shared checklist for family members and their experts, where users can ask experts to do different tech tasks for them and their families. With the Techlist users don’t need to be in a live session. It’s more for less-urgent tasks. Just let the expert know what you want to get done, and the expert will take it from there.
The Worm Project is a collaborative, creative initiative a group of designers, painters, photographers, animators, and artists, join together to compose a single work of art. We made it on the Instagram platform, but it can live anywhere.
I love drawing, illustration and doodling whenever I get free time for myself. Sometimes with markers and sometimes with digital tools. Here are a few digital things I’ve made.
Keepet is a Concept-Project (part of a contest) that was intended to aid in the treatment of stranded and lost animals and to help them find their home. A small idea between friends, and a huge shared love for all kinds of animals led us to develop the project as part of the Novus competition – Entrepreneurship Center, The College of Management Academic Studies, and we won in the 3rd place.