UI/UX DESIGNER
AND DEVELOPER


Currently based in Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine (GMT+2)

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Clockworx
Business Orchestration Solutions

Role: UI/UX Designer and Developer

Skills: Figma, HTML, CSS (Sass), Git

Period: Oct 2019 - Now

Website: clockworx.com

CHALLENGE

To modernize and improve “look’n’feel” of the Business Orchestration, Obligation Management and Scheduling solutions.



EXAMPLE

A sneak peak from a main inner user interface.


ClockWorx example

Before

ClockWorx example

After



I took part in upgrading the whole platform to a new UI version, including a few themes for it. Then I started improving UI and UX, accodring to the specific users needs.



DESIGN PROCESS

Task-Request - Researching - Ideation - Prototyping - Testing - Shipping


Design process is a non liner process. It is iterative and must consider appearing insights.



RECOMMENDATIONS

Christopher Caruk
Founder and CEO at Clockworx Business Orchestration Solutions


Viktor has been leading our efforts to revitalise the user interface for our Business Orchestration, Obligation Management and Scheduling solutions for almost a year. His keen sense of balance and consistency and his eye for detail as helped us make the system simpler, more intuitive and easier to use.


Viktor has also helped us reorganise and simplify our style sheets to improve load times and make it easier for us to customise the look and feel of our software to suit specific customer needs. I urge you to seriously consider Viktor for any project that might benefit by these skills.

Sara Malavolti
Digital Transformation Specialist at Clockworx Data Orchestration Solution


I've worked with Viktor, him being the main UI/UX Designer and Developer within the software development projects I was managing/coordinating.


Viktor has always proved to be competent, self-driven and creative.


I would recommend working with him because he always delivered on time, he proved to be passionate about his job and a really good team-worker.



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