Hello, I’m Piotr, full-stack design partner for companies that innovate

A freelance product designer with 10+ years of cross-functional experience in the tech industry, striving to make software exciting and effortless to use.

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What I do

I help technology companies make products people like to use. I work across the complete design process, from deep dives into complex user experience problems all the way to wireframes and visual design.

UX audit

Advanced products need advanced interfaces. Let me help you identify what you can do better and propose a range of practical solutions.

Wireframes

Gather feedback from different stakeholders and make informed design decisions with a comprehensive blueprint of key screens and interactions.

Visual design

Use visual cues not only to make your interface look good, but also to help your customers use your product with ease.

Projects

Over the years I’ve worked with a number of startups and established companies. Most recently, I’ve designed a data dashboard for Rainforest Connection (Google.org grant recipient), helped rebuild Mixbook.com’s photo book editor, assisted Brainly.com with the launch of their first premium subscription plan and gave Cytera CellWorks (YC ‘18) a hand with their first web app. I’ve also worked on internal tooling projects at Bol.com (largest Dutch e-commerce site) and Dutch/Belgian media giant TMG.nl. Today I continue working with teams large and small, particularly on early-stage web and mobile apps.

Side hustle

I have several extra-curricular projects under my belt. Here are the latest ones.

Greet.Bot

A friendly onboarding assistant that helps you welcome new teammates to your Slack workspace.

Hiki.Team

A directory for your team’s talents that helps you work more closely together on Slack.

Wires

An open-source, grid-based wireframe library for Sketch and Figma.

Writings

I write a blog about design, technology, startups and life.

What Makes For a Great Conversation With a Bot?

Design chatbots that people enjoy talking to.

Designing MVPs: Where Do You Start?

If I had to give one piece of advice about designing MVPs this would be it.

Trial and Error in Design

Don’t settle for the first idea that’s good enough. Keep exploring.

Make an Ugly MVP

Make sure you nail the value proposition first. Everything else can wait.

Where to find me

I post examples of my work on Dribbble and publish my writings on Medium. I also hang out on Twitter and Product Hunt, and share photos from places I visit on Instagram. You can always catch me on LinkedIn or just drop me an e-mail.