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I’m looking for a full-time position in Europe. Ready to relocate in October. Here’s my CV
Engine, a US-based startup that built a powerful eCommerce platform, hired me to design a web-based admin panel that is used by craftsmen and salesmen around the world to set up, customize and run an online shop from anywhere.
Adis has been an incredible addition to the team. From day one, Adis was able to massively contribute to the UX of our platform. He thoughtfully approaches his design decisions and takes the time to understand the individual problems of each screen. He is always quick to respond and has created a visual design for our product that we are extremely happy with!
Product Lead at Engine
Protonmail claims to be providing the most secure email client in the world, and if you want to work for this awesome startup in Switzerland as a product designer, they ask you to spend about 10 hours on rethinking and improving a part of their email web application—the inbox. So, I applied.See work
I was hired to work on an app that will track user's body, lifestyle and genetics, and be able to recommend the healthiest meals. Working closely with its founder Chandra Duggirala, our goal was to make it easy to track progress and find the next healthy meal, without making it look like a serious thing. The chipmunk was illustrated by Berin Catic.
Adis does top quality design work and is fast and very responsive to client's needs. I strongly recommend him without any reservations.
Creator of Foodmunk
How does Youtube somehow always know what you should watch next? Or how when reading news online, you get recommended articles that you do want to read? It’s called personalization, and LiftIgniter made an API for that. I worked with this San Francisco based startup on making it easy for software engineers to set up this API on their product, manage it and track results.
Adis is an excellent communicator, creates great designs fast, and is really great to work with. He quickly understood our rather complex requirements, did a bunch of quick iterations producing great work, was very flexible and patient as we came up with new requests, and also helped shape the overall product we were building.
Founder at LiftIgniter
Why is there not an app just for writing, all online, that doesn’t have a thousand-option toolbar, but just lets you write in plain text on the look you want? I was always drawn to entrepreneurial acts, and I wanted to to try and make this. So, I worked on the design of this product for a few months, hired a developer and launched Typen in September 2016.
In the first few months, around 2000 writers signed up, but very few were using it actively, and there were more than a few concerns and complaints. I already invested too much in development and advertising, and I didn't see that I could make any significant improvements on my own, so on June 2017, I decided to discontinue Typen and focus on other projects. Everyone liked the product's design though and I found a lot of lessons in this short journey.
In 2015, I spent 4 months at Kamcord as a designer in beautiful San Francisco. Kamcord was a team of 40 on a mission to connect mobile gamers through a platform that allows anyone to record, stream and watch gameplays—it was like Youtube for mobile games. I worked on website redesign, live streaming experience, iOS and Android app icons, parts of mobile app, and various marketing material.
Later, Kamcord changed direction, providing a way to share record and stream anything on the phone, and in 2017, the Kamcord family was acquired by Lyft.
Adis communicates his thought process well and continually strives to better understand his users.
Design & Growth at Lyft
2001: A Space Odyssey is one of my all-time favorite films, and for fun I designed a "landing page" for Monolith, an object that appears mysteriously two times in the story—first time on Earth thousands of years ago to ape-like humans, and second time in the future at an unknown corner of the universe to the protagonist who was captured by alien beings of superior intelligence.
Both times, it seems, the Monolith causes some sort of rebirth in consciousness, enlightement perhaps, or a leap in the evolution. Could it represent discovery of a canvas? A board? A book? The screen? Or the design which ties all those visual communication mediums? The film is quite thought-provoking.
Designed back in 2011, Woodfolio was a style exploration and web design exercise, where I took the opportunity to freely experiment with visual effects and composition. It took me about two weeks of putting together everything in Photoshop, from scratch, and it remains one of the most beautiful websites I ever designed, in my opinion. It was featured on deviantART as a Daily Deviation.See work
“Adis has been an incredible addition to the team. From day one, Adis was able to massively contribute to the UX of our platform. He thoughtfully approaches his design decisions and takes the time to understand the individual problems of each screen. He is always quick to respond and has created a visual design for our product that we are extremely happy with!”
Product Lead at Engine
“Adis does top quality design work and is fast and very responsive to client's needs. I strongly recommend him without any reservations.”
Founder & CEO at Tides
“Adis is an excellent communicator, creates great designs fast, and is really great to work with. He quickly understood our rather complex requirements, did a bunch of quick iterations producing great work, was very flexible and patient as we came up with new requests, and also helped shape the overall product we were building.”
Founder & CEO at LiftIgniter
“Adis took direction well, and was comfortable iterating on a project through completion to create exactly what we were looking for.”
Writer at Meitu
“Adis’ opus at Kamcord was establishing the user interface, visual design and interactions for the Android Broadcasting app. He communicates his thought process well and continually strives to better understand his users.”
Design & Growth at Lyft
“Adis is easy to work with and fast. After sharing who our target customers are, a sketch of our landing page, and our copy, he was able to make suggestions to our original thinking and create a beautiful design in just three days.”
Co-Founder of Multiply Labs
“Amazing guy! Super responsive, organized and enthusiastic. Adis was always able to deliver something new and supremely beautiful. He was key in exploring new UIs and visual designs for Weebly's 10M+ users. A true pleasure to work with and you get kickass designs, too.”
CEO of Logojoy
“We set up and worked on an online writing platform for professionals. Adis came up with good ideas, maintained contact with our focus group and was timely with his deadlines.”
Software Engineer at Axini
“I consider two aspects important when working on a website design - communication and precision. Adis excelled at both. He always responded in a timely manner, and the final work was more than I expected.”
Founder of We Are De
“Adis produces nothing short of grade A work with great attention to detail and mindfulness of client requirements.”
Product Leader at Groupon