A photo of me, sitting next to a green wall, carefully looking at you. Yes, you!

I design interfaces and products that make sense

Working at Djinni, where we're figuring out how tech hiring and job search should really work, one step at a time.

What I do

In general, I enjoy creating useful things from scratch and improving existing ones. In simple terms, I design websites and mobile apps that make money or improve business in one way or another.

Detailed case studies are coming soon ™

My guilty pleasure is creating beautiful websites using Webflow and low-code services. Usually, they are multiple-page websites or landing pages. Most recently, I cooked up these bad boys:

How I work

I prefer working closely with ambitious teams, focus on the essentials, move fast, test ideas with real people in real world. Fuck methodologies, JTBD, CJM's, frameworks, and so-called best practices: they distract from real work and create a false sense of progress.

For businesses

I design interfaces that are friendly and valuable for customers, and easy to implement for engineers.

For startups

I help to identify the problem and design an MVP. I will advise on tools for building if you don't have an engineer or development resources.

For product teams

I design growth experiments and help your team look at the challenges differently to build a better product.

What I charge

$60/hour. When the project is predictable and we're on the same page, I prefer to set a fixed price and get things done.

This is where a website ends, and something exciting begins, hopefully.