Adrian is a UX/UI and product designer who has over 3 years of experience in a wide range of design disciplines—though he specializes in user interaction and user experience. He's currently helping startups and establishing small-medium sized enterprises with their digital products. Adrian is eager to push his intermediate knowledge of front-end development further.
Co-Founder | Creative Director | UX/UI/Product Designer
2014 - PRESENT
Designed an iOS app that helps connect local, pre-screened babysitters to parents in need of a babysitter for a safe, secure, and hassle-free experience. We created the user experience journey and user interface design.
Created the brand, user experience, and UI for a simple, easy-to-use web app that allowed parents to order their child's lunches for the next day. I also developed the front-end of the web app.
Designed the UI and helped with the user experience to create the web app for Back To My Body (an app where every meal, every workout, every moment was made for you; diet and exercise plans made for post-natal mums).
Helped match a multidisciplinary design studio, specializing in murals and custom wall graphics, illustration, and graphic design, with their quirky personality throughout their website so that they can easily update their bodies of work through WordPress.
Created, with a team, the user journey and user interface design for an information website on prostate cancer, their treatments, and guiding them through the process of a complex journey.
Helped with the user experience and designed all the user interface and pages for the NRL Rabbitohs Club Membership website for the upcoming season.
Changed the navigational experience for the Bakers Delight website to help with user landing on their recipes and getting to know more about their bread.
Helped redesign the product pages and experience for PetStock to increase sales and an easier flow to the shopping cart.
Technologies: Photoshop, Sketch
2013 - 2014
Redesigned and developed the front-end for Belmore Bootmakers' website and converted it to Shopify. (Belmore Bootmakers was born in Melbourne with the simple desire to produce quality footwear and accessories within Australia.).
Designed the website experience for the end of year program for St. Michael's Grammar. Filmed and edited the event which was placed on the website after the event was finished.
Redesigned the 350.org Australia's website to attract more users and build their community and current members through their blogs posts and shared articles.
Crafted the design for the event page for Go Fossil Free—a storytelling website consisting of GIF animations and facts to promote the event and for users to sign-up to the event.
Helped design an informational website called Decide On Assange—to help Australians decide if they should vote for Assange and how to vote for him.