A Must for All Complex User-facing Digital Products — UI Style Guide
How to make the user interface of your product highly consistent and cohesive…
As a UI Designer, Developer and 3D Artist of the project I produced medical 3D visualisations and created a unique 3D viewer for displaying the visualisations in web browsers. The viewer supports people from the university (medics, tutors and students) in teaching and studying.Case study →
I pay attention to understand the project and business vision and to know its users. Then, I put effort to satisfy both sides and also support developers. That’s my magic.
Together we will strive to achieve project goals and satisfy users’ needs at the same time. We will define the vision and learn about our users. Based on it we will produce Functional & Beautiful solutions.
I will make sure all graphics sources are well-organised and easily accessible by anyone from the team. I will create and manage product UX guidelines to make our solutions unified and highly usable. We will also record and improve design processes to speed up our work. On top of that, we will define a set of user experience metrics, which will help us to continuously create better solutions.
We will build quick interactive prototypes for user reviews and iterate on our designs few rounds. With developers, we will then implement these designs and make sure everything is working great. Finally, we will keep improving – based on the feedback from the users, based on the metrics, based on the usability testing.
Is it the way of designing you like and encourage?
Then great! I think, we will get along well.
Currently happily working
at Siemens Polarion, Prague (Czech Rep.)
2 years of a valuable experience in England
at Bluewire Technologies Ltd, Bristol (UK)
5 years and 9 months of a true loyalty
at Masaryk University, Brno (Czech Rep.)
2 years of an enriching self‑employment
as a digital freelancer, Frenstat p. R. (Czech Rep.)
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I write also a blog about UI/UX design.
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