Hello!

I'm Marius

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Webflow

Developer

I am a UX designer with a background in computer science and technical design. I have a tireless interest in psychology, coffee and usability testing. I like to solve difficult problems.

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UX CASE STUDY

Designing what happens when things go wrong

SmartPet solves the major pain points of similar geofencing apps across the industry: it removes annoyance, panic and jargon from experience by making tech working seamlessly and invisibly in the background.

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UX CASE STUDY

Fixing usability for specialty coffee guides

Best Coffee Guide saved me from bad coffee, so I wanted to save them from bad UX. This project is a give-back to the people who contributed to putting specialty cafés on a map.

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PAST work

Brand+Product

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Samples for the for the work I've done between 2014 and 2018

Photography

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Designing what happens when things go wrong. Solving a common problem to all geofencing apps.

Web Development

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Designing what happens when things go wrong. Solving a common problem to all geofencing apps.

articles

How to use peripheric vision when designing for large screens

Designing what happens when things go wrong. Solving a common problem to all geofencing apps.

How to use peripheric vision when designing for large screens

Designing what happens when things go wrong. Solving a common problem to all geofencing apps.

How to use peripheric vision when designing for large screens

Designing what happens when things go wrong. Solving a common problem to all geofencing apps.

About me

I do

Where I'm coming from

Since childhood I was passionate about drawing, mathematics and geometry. I have a background in architecture, where I've learnt that you can never ignore context. And I soon found myself doing design work as I could help more people, and faster.

The switch to UX

But I've always been criticised by most managers and clients for asking "Why?" too often, so the decision to transition to UX was a major relief for my natural curiosity about what people actually want and need.