It’s fresh, it’s clean and most importantly – it’s brand new! Check out my portfolio on Behance! I’m wondering what are your thoughts on Behance both as viewers and uploaders? Do […]
According to Eric Ries, the author of “The Lean Startup” “Minimum Viable Product stands for the version of the product that enables a full turn of the Build-Measure-Learn loop with a […]
User Experience is a fairly young field and the ways to get to it are still unclear and flexible. At events like conferences you can easily notice that we all […]
Our UX road trip didn’t finish in Wales. Actually after iOS Dev UK we drove to Cambridge to speak at UX Cambridge.
A couple of weeks ago me and my colleagues decided to host our own podcast. After lots of trials and a couple of fails (including an episode recorded with a muted microphone) we can proudly present our Café Nerd.
In September me and Rafał Tulwin presented “Design that breaks down barriers” i Aberystwyth, Wales ad iOS Dev UK conference.
I found out (again!) that it’s possible to fall in love with a city. What a delightful time I’ve had in Brighton!
I was extremely pleasantly surprised to see the Accessibility in Mobile Applications Report mentioned in inVision’s newsletter which I thoroughly read every week! I’ve put a lot of effort to make […]
I wrote a blogpost at Polidea about the basics of accessibility in mobile applications.
26th of November was a great day filled with useful tips and positive feedback on our presentation. It was my first experience with speaking at a conference held in a cinema.
In November 2016 me and Karolina Chmiele gave a presentation on Sustainable Habits in Design at the “World Usability Days na Pradze” conference in Warsaw.
In October 2016 I had a great pleasure to give a presentation about accessibility in mobile app development with my colleague Rafał Tulwin.
I analyzed both of the fantastic tools: Zeplin and Sympli and published a review at Polidea’s blog.
Designing both the backend and user interface for a new weather app aimed towards designers and to the visually pleasing eye.
Pocket and Scout – awesome services that we designed at CIID.
After I came back from Copenhagen I did a presentation in the start-up I work for about what I’ve learned. We decided to implement this knowledge and know-how into our work.
I was browsing the web looking for some interesting sources to learn from about UX and UI, design trends etc. and I found out that UXPin is again even more amazing that I could ever expect 🙂
The job market for creative people was never gracious. I felt if from the beginning of my first work experience as a photographer and designer.
A logo design challenge.