Visualization of the process of updating the Design System and Component Library for a Fortune 500 online retailer. Continue reading “Design System Update Process Visualization”
Working on a project for a Toronto neighbourhood Business Improvement Area was a great opportunity to show off the power of wireflows. Wireflows are a combination of classical wireframes that are incorporated into the user or data flows. They offer a deeper insight into capital design decisions, as well as provide a way to test the basic interactions. Continue reading “Toronto Business Improvement Area Wireflows”
Redesigning the header with navigation for a complex structure of retail products required a lot of quick prototypes to find and validate solutions for responsiveness in horizontal and vertical orientations and find out how different components interact with each other. Continue reading “Header and Navigation Prototype Research”
Very simple experiment done in Framer, my favourite prototyping tool. The idea of the experiment was to create a dynamic grid using arrays and then change the radius and colour properties of grid cells based on user interaction.
Fully functional prototype is available here: https://framer.cloud/KtBpF/
Workflow diagrams help large organizations deal with complex workflows in their day-to-day operations. Information travels between people, teams and systems and it can be a real challenge to have a clear overview of how things are done. What was going in the previous stage? What happens next in the design and development cycle? This usually creates gaps in communication, which in turn extends the time needed to complete the cycle and nobody likes that. Continue reading “Visualizing e-commerce Design & Development Process Using Workflow Diagram”
Outdoor Sports is a start-up company that imports and distributes outdoor sports equipment and apparel. Products range from technical equipment to fashion accessories and most of them are seasonal (ex. ski equipment, rollerblades…) and are distributed to the stores and warehouses across the country, as well as through the online store. Continue reading “Outdoor Sports – Visual Identity”
Concept of a UI kit for Baller, a sports team app that enables players and sports enthusiasts to schedule and organize games, as well as manage teams, tables and tournaments. Continue reading “Baller UI kit”
Sportak (later rebranded to Outdoor Sports Store) is an online store supplying sports equipment and outdoor apparel to sports enthusiasts and professionals. The store was the first of it’s kind in the region and later merged with the parent company Outdoor Sports to provide a seamless customer experience and unify branding efforts. Continue reading “Sportak, ecommerce design”
Winning design for Gramercy Company based in New York City. With this design Atraktor Studio beat 513 entries by 200 other designers to win the first prize on an international competition. Continue reading “Gramercy Company”
Visual identity for Serbian Standardization Institute was one of the major recognitions I received as a designer – 1st prize at an international competition and a visual identity system for an organization that is responsible for setting and applying international ISO standards across the country. Continue reading “Serbian Standardization Institute – Visual identity”
Aaron Swartz (November 8, 1986 – January 11, 2013) was a child prodigy, an activist and a programmer responsible for many of the improvements in the modern-day information exchange, including RSS, Creative Commons, Reddit and many more organisations fighting for freedom of the internet. Aaron dedicated his short but very fruitful life to making the public information accessible to the public. His convictions ultimately took a toll on his own life, but his legacy continues to live on through his work and the work of other people inspired by his actions.
This documentary is about his life and work and as such it is an important piece of the puzzle for anyone that cares about the freedom of information and ultimately the freedom of human kind.
It’s been the talk of the past few days in the design community (and beyond) and it doesn’t come as a surprise.The new logo for 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games is revealed. The creator of the logo is Kenjiro Sano of MR DESIGN.
When it’s an Olympics logo, everybody has an opinion. Not surprising after seeing the shake and the stir London 2012 Olympics logo caused. And, of course, it is Japanese design we are talking about and Japanese design should be ground breaking, especially for the events like these. It is supposed to be a peak of the designers career — making a logo for the biggest and most famous sporting event in the world. It comes with a great burden and even greater responsibility to shine and make something memorable. Some kind of controversy was expected, taking into account that there always is one and the design is… well, different :) Continue reading “Official Logo for Tokyo 2020 Olympics Dissected”
Another great cooperation with Norient. This year the task was to design one of the sentences illustrating concepts for the Seismographic Sounds Exhibition. It will travel along Europe alongside 8 other posters from artists around the world.
I decided to make this years poster more vibrant and connected to the Space Village concept that has been in my head for years and popping out from time to time. It is a playful combination of old photos from the Commons (a pool of photo resources I like to use whenever possible), paired with thick color combinations, clean lines and modern typography (Gotham) for an out-of-this-world mix.
Canzolovka is an online magazine that provides information on media censorship in Serbia and the region of former Yugoslavia. Continue reading “Cenzolovka Magazine”