My name is Živilė. I am UI/UX designer
and this is my portfolio. Welcome!
It’s a mobile application which allows hotel guests to manage their hotel experience from their smart phone.
There are plenty of apps helping travellers manage their holidays. However, when it comes to the experience at the hotel, like checking the menu or ordering room service everything seems to be old-fashioned. I decided to explore how this experience can be digitalised and improved with a help of technology.
QOT is an iOS mobile application designed for business executives to
help them improve their productivity, performance, impact and personal sustainability.
I joined the team as UI/UX designer. Our main goal and challenge were to convert human-to-human coaching experience into a delightful digital experience and to wrap it up in exceptional visual design. Design and development teams were working for 11 months building the product, which is currently in beta.
Admin panel is a web-based desktop application for content management.
Our task was to update visual design of the current application, making sure it is following brand guidelines and is consistent with the rest of Tignum products. Also, we had to review and improve usability and user experience.
MOSAIC is a modular healthcare system for care home management which is aiming
to digitalise the daily paperwork and provide better quality care for the customers.
I joined this project as a UI designer and my main task was to create responsive interfaces following Material Design guidelines.
I have been working on design and development of websites created for the GUUEY agency. The tasks included updating branding and creating user-friendly, responsive sites where users could easily find the information they are looking for. I started with wireframes and finished with HTML/CSS implementation.
Logotype is the 'face' of a company. Therefore I take this business very seriously. A good logo must be simple, clear and carrying essential information about the company. All elements of a logotype - icon, fonts, colors - are equally important and must be in harmony with one another to create a complete composition.
Icons is another important visual element which helps to guide the users, explain the content, divide information
or simply replace words making content more memorable.
There are a few things to keep in mind when creating a set of icons: simplicity - the fewer elements - the better. Complicated icons are less recognizable and memorable. The consistency of the design - proportions, graphic elements, colors, weights of the lines must follow the same guidelines. Familiarity - creativity is always welcome, but when designing icons, it's better to stick to well-known symbols. Unusual ones might be hard to recognize and we don't want that.
As illustrations are living their golden age now, I also had an opportunity to draw some.
I was creating visual material for different social media platforms,
animations, explanatory videos, web and print projects.
Creating illustrations allowed me to express my creative side, which is usually not the case in design. But for the rest, the same rules apply - consistency, contrast, use of empty space, the harmony of colours, balance, repetition, etc.