I remember clearly how fascinated I was when I used Windows 98 for the first time. I was hypnotised just by looking at the icons, buttons, and the rest of the UI. I spend longer than usual looking at the details of the UI.Â Quite funny that those days are gone and I have not used Microsoft for over a decade and I turned out to be a UI/UX designer.
I have worked in a design studio for more than 4 years as a junior designer when I was 18, therefore I have plenty of print experience and fundamental design background. I did not find print satisfactory, which is why I moved to the web in 2010 for bigger challenges. I began working on UI UX projects since 2012.
It was in 2015 that I could finally get over myself to begin coding and I started to code my design in HTML, CSS, and bit of JS. I realized that it is essential for every designer to code their design just because designers like myself could be a bit abstract and could design unrealistic UI elements which would make the developers’ life much harder with a low-value return.
My ambition is to win at least an awards by designing a useful product which would be used by millions of people around the globe.