A mobile app that provides in-home beauty services. Actually, an Uber for hair and nail services. The app saves time, it is very easy to schedule, and maintains privacy. It's great for professionals with busy schedules, parents with kids, and the elderly who may have difficulty leaving home.
I worked directly with the client as a branding designer, user experience (UX) designer providing full user flow and UX Invision prototype, and interface designer (UI) providing another full InVision prototype as well.
Various digital art. If you are interested in prints, please feel free to contact me.
Agape Yoga is a boutique yoga studio in a high rise building in
New York, with an emphasis on small class sizes and quality teaching. I was asked to create branding and a responsive website fitting the high-end and creative experience the studio embodies.
The project first started with branding and collateral and developed into full agency work with media kits and social media service included on top of the responsive website.
An on-demand moving service application which allows a user to easily communicate the amount and type of items they need to be relocated, their pickup and destination locations, and the time/date of the move. My role was to build the brand, user experience, and interface as well.
This app makes your travel easy, fun, and comfortable than it ever was. It engages users, personalizes their travel, and provides relevant advertising. My role was to create the user interface and experience design.
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Salemonia is fashion sales app exploring new and better options in online shopping. Making online purchasing a better and faster experience for users of all ages and gender. For this project, I spent the majority of the time figuring out the user flow. The user interface was my second task in which I enjoyed.
Springfield Real Estate Asset Management LP acquires and actively manages commercial property in London and the South East of England.
Their mission is to provide above average return on our investor’s capital by acquiring and actively managing commercial properties with exceptional potential.
I was asked to come up and develop a brand that will reflect the team made of established, experienced and successful property professionals with long experience in the UK commercial property market.
A secure digital storage for all personal files. Dashboard designed to save, organize, and share a user's life story. My role was to create a user flow and to design a vibrant and serious user interface.
B Y R E K A N Y A R I
The large-format black and white photographs in the series Geisha Ink are as arresting as they are evocative.
An ambiguous, nude female figure is set against a strictly black background, her body almost entirely covered with the titillating lines and ominous imagery of countless tattoos. Upon first encounter, Geisha Ink conveys a mood rather than a narrative, with images steeped in liberating seductiveness. When considered more carefully, the scenes begin to register as visceral shorthand for extreme physical encounters and hint to sentiments of permanence, commitment, and pain. The demonstrative and radical tattoos that cover her body cause questions about the protagonist’s personal history, a disconcerting past, or trauma. At times, the compositions appear archaic or totemic, unapologetically staging the body in stylized, sculpted postures against the black background, as if to emphasize the objectification imposed upon her by former lovers.
The heroine’s vigilant postures and gestures, may they read as tender, are infused with an unrepentant and empowering solitude and a strong sense of purpose. The series Geisha Ink exquisitely shows how skillfully Nyari imbues erotic photography with narrative depth, creating intimate scenes charged with emancipation, mysticism, and stories about female empowerment.
Hand signed and numbered by the Artist.
Limited Edition Fine Art Photography Book
Copyright © 2017
For the photographs and Reka’s writing
Limited Edition of
500 + 25 AP
Design & Production
Ian Brewer & Branko Bobic
Printed in Italy
All Rights Reserved
36 Days of Type is a project that invites Designers, Illustrators and Graphic Artists to express their particular view on letters and numbers of our alphabet.
This was my contribution for the 4th edition of the project, in 2017.