Katia is a UI/UX designer who loves designing minimal interfaces. She truly enjoys being involved in all of the UX and UI steps required to build a product—from the user research to wireframing and creation of the user journeys to the design of a high-fidelity prototype.
Helped to create a UI design system for their new European Design Department—advising on the best and latest tools available to improve their interfaces.
Advised on the best UX practices to implement for their new European Design Department as well as tips and tools to improve the communication between all the departments involved in the design process to ensure a better usability for their devices.
Reviewed and improved their current UX and UI guidelines to improve the usability of the products for their European market.
Redesigned the interface UI for a range of diverse devices like printers and iOS for mobile and tablet devices.
Designed a series of visual assets for internal purposes such as presentations, logos, and guidelines.
Designed the interface for an iOS app to help partners improve their relationship through better communication.
Created a series of user journeys and wireframes, and tested the interface on InVision before proceeding with the high-fidelity prototype.
Designed a series of visual assets like icons and illustrations for their quest badges.
Collaborated with the entire team to create a visual brand for the interface of their iOS app.
Technologies: Photoshop, Sketch, Illustrator, InVision, Principle, After Effects
2015 - 2015
Anihelp.org (Side Project)
Created the UI/UX for a side project—an animal shelters management platform. Included the design of the landing page in CSS and HTML as well as designing the internal admin area with al the account and management features.
Established brand and UI guidelines for the entire platform.
Performed an initial user research and competitor analysis.
Carried out an extensive user research to gather all of the information we could to understand our users' needs and how to approach them. We contacted around 80 animal shelters in Spain through the emails gathered from our landing page, followed by some phone calls and surveys.
Established the platform's UX by creating a series of user journeys, user flows, site maps, and flowcharts, as well as a user testing of the platform through InVision.
Created the complete branding for Nubecita—a baby clothing store; including the logo and a series of visual assets for their marketing material and packaging. Nubecita is a Spanish word that means "little cloud" in English, and it is used to describe in a loving manner someone who is playful, sweet and cute.
Designed the UI/UX for their online store.
Crafted user journeys and later tested the website and internal admin areas—firstly with wireframes and then with a high-fidelity prototype through InVision.
Creating a series of visual assets for their marketing material such as email campaigns and PDF brochures.