My passion and responsibility lie in simplifying things, reducing frustration for
users people, and helping companies achieve their business goals. I rely on data analytics and prefer to base my decisions on statistics rather than subjective judgments. I have a strong technical background, but I also consider user feedback and gut feeling to be crucial elements of my work.
I always aim to make the development process smooth and transparent for my team. I have a diverse range of experience, including software development, graphic design, and managing a team of three designers.
2021 — now | web, app | About
2020 — 2021 | web | About
2018 — 2020 | web, app, offline
From scratch to 50K users, app/web/internal tools
2016 — now | Play Store (Android)
Score Counter – Count Anything is the perfect solution for game nights, sports competitions, or any activity where you need to keep track of scores on the fly. With its simple and customizable design, this app makes score counting quick and easy, without any interruptions from ads. Whether you're tracking initiative, hit points (HP), spell slots, or even win streaks in your bar game night, Score Counter has you covered.
2022 | Concept (Behance)
Math Trade is a unique platform that facilitates a simultaneous exchange of board games between multiple individuals. Users add their games to the platform and create a personalized wishlist. The algorithm then determines the optimal exchange, determining which user should send their game to another. This system offers an efficient and convenient way for hobby enthusiasts to trade their board games with one another
Redesign the portal section tg.in.ua. This redesign served as the foundation for future collaboration with the portal's authors.
2022 | Concept (Behance)
This small roject aimed at creating stickers for dog owners whose dogs frequently bark. The stickers serve to show neighbors that the dog owners are actively working on improving their dog's behavior.
I was responsible for the conceptualization and graphic design of the stickers.
2020 | Play Store (Android App)
Random passages in Russian is a unique app that presents users with random passages from various books. Users are asked to determine whether the passages are interesting or not. If the passage captures their attention, they can discover the book's title and author. If not, they can simply swipe left to move on to the next one.
The app allows users to explore both popular and lesser-known authors without bias, and ultimately find a book that suits their taste.
Style: Nikolay Sypko
Original idea and content: nocover.ru