Leonidas is an excellent team player and design leader who strives to educate and learn from others. He has worked for top Scandinavian agencies, and his portfolio includes global brands such as Panasonic, Huawei, and Microsoft and many startups in Europe and the US. He's looking forward to collaborating on the next big thing!
Headed the user experience design for several mobile apps. Nordea is a Nordic financial services group operating in Northern Europe and based in Helsinki.
Grew the user base from 100,000 to 300,000 users in one year for the Siirto and Wallet apps using UX design techniques such as cognitive biases and design canvases.
Assisted in shaping and establishing a design system with a team of 30 designers, along with best practices to a team consisting of over 400 developers and user-analysts in three countries.
Trained in cyber security concerning the banking services and on General Data Protection Regulation (EU directive 2016/679 GDPR) before working on more data-sensitive projects within the company.
Led the user-interview process dealing with the mobile apps designed for the consumer banking services, which allowed the developers and product testing teams to make fast changes to the mobile apps, which resulted in an improved user experience.
Designed the interfaces for real-time mobile payments covering several Nordic countries, serving a clientele of 9.3 million private and 530,000 active corporate customers.
Technologies: Zeplin, Figma, InVision, Sketch
Specialist UX/UI Consultant
2016 - 2016
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Served as a user interface design consultant for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation led by the M4ID agency. The project required innovating new approaches to the design of the labor ward in a low-resource setting.
Collaborated with 20 designers to create a mobile application for an innovative healthcare digital offering targeted to African countries.
Helped the team's researchers to drive conclusions for best practices within the hospitals by utilizing design thinking. Analyzed the results from the team's in-field research work to make changes in the software interfaces.