Hi, my name is Martin and I’m Designer from Prague with skills in Product Design, User Experience, User Interface and Art Direction. Besides design skills, I have experience with HTML, CSS (Sass, Less), PHP and WordPress.
I have a Master’s degree in Information Management from the University of Economics, Prague with awarded Diploma thesis “Responsive design and its application during the process of web design”.
Direct echo is a new service by insurance company Direct which helps to protect their clients' homes and important belongings. I've designed both iOS and Android app in cooperation with Michal Damborský (Senior UX Designer). The work wasn't finished here, we also created Direct echo's website with great illustrations by Jakub Šalmík.
Strafos is a smart solution for business aviation operators. I designed the web app from a scratch through which is now possible to sell, schedule, prepare, dispatch, and maintain private jet fleet effectively and easy. Strafos is a part of ESA BIC Prague. Apart from the main app I've designed a microsite which presents the whole product and the idea.
I was a part of the team who redesigned a charity website from the Czech Republic called Patron dětí. My part was to focus on User Experience and design new and fresh User Interface which puts kids stories to the front. We also created a short case study on Behance.
I was asked by an owner of Pepe's Barbershop to do a complete redesign of their website. And since I visit this place in Holešovice, Prague very often, I didn’t hesitate a second. I designed a neat microsite with main focus on the barbers and their services.
In 2017 I did a complete design overhaul for prestige interior design studio Simplin. While working on their new design, my main aim was to present their works in a simple yet elegant way.
We at Suitable did the complete brand redesign, including website, for one of the most visited mobile technology news magazine in the Czech Republic.
I designed small microsite for new company that handles data and human resources. Logo credits goes to my friend and colleague Richard Šverčič.