Our solution was to give Nymcard's potential clients a possibility to play with their upcoming product delivering an experience of an existing app. We've created three user scenarios for different cases and made a hi-fidelity prototype that looks like a real product and gives an overview of potential flows.
It's been 15 years since I've started to act as a creative. During this journey, I've used to collaborate with top companies and startups, meet amazing people, and nail UX, product, and marketing challenges together with them.
I've used to be a freelancer, full-time remote worker, outsourcer, agency founder, and even the game artist but all of these times I've tried my best to stay a newbie and learn everything new.
Currently, I lead the design in Core helping thousands of construction workers to get jobs, manage crews and reduce miscommunication, and pick several freelance projects I consider valuable and interesting for both me and my partners.
"why" is the question I'll ask you first
we both rock
rocking, rebel, and remote
results not pixels
people not metrics
failure is a discussion starter
no show for halfway results
great is better than perfect
no hourly pricing
an uncomfortable truth to be announced
good work takes time
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