From a law firm to user-centered design

Helping other people really tickles my fancy. During my law studies at Jagiellonian University, I regularly explained the complexities of the logic to other students. The passion for solving problems and web design led me to quit my job at the law firm and focus on working as a UX Designer. Meanwhile, in 2016 I launched the E-logika website with my video courses on the logic that helps other people to learn on a daily basis.

Challenges are the best way to learn

Being aware of how helpful online learning is, I started another project called E-nauki. I've involved numerous specialists from various fields in creating high-quality online science courses, including research workers from some Polish universities. The website was awarded in the Startupper of the Year 2018 by Total competition as one of the best social projects in 2018.

My experience and relevant knowledge

Over the past five years, I've worked for both individual clients and startups, which are successful in the market. I have a thorough knowledge of HTML, CSS (including SASS) and JavaScript (ES6), so working closely with engineers is not a problem for me. My care about usability and aesthetic details was appreciated by the Adobe Muse team that awarded one of my projects.