A designer, a music lover, hobby photographer, and probably a lifelong perfectionist. I'm based in Bratislava, Slovakia freelancing as a designer and brand consultant. For years I'm focusing on digital user experience (UX), brand strategy, branding, packaging, and user-centred product design.
My mission is to help entrepreneurs to bring their dreams into reality. The feeling, when a concept transforms into the final product is just irrecoverable, and that's why I love my job!
A strategic designer, HiFi audio enthusiast, hobby photographer, and probably a lifelong perfectionist. I'm currently living in Bratislava, Slovakia and freelancing for 5 years as a designer and brand consultant improving the user experience of digital and offline products (UX), designing user interfaces (UI), packaging, branding and defining brand strategies.
My goal always was to create intuitive products which customers would use with joy. For me, the feeling, when the chosen concept transforms into the final product is just irrecoverable. That's the reason why I love my job!
"Daniel is super creative and always full of ideas. I let it all up to his imagination, and he came up with many suggestions. The result is amazing. Communication during the project process is constant, which is a big plus. He really knows what he’s doing, and he works with all the popular newest trends in the world."
Each successful brand has at least one decisive differentiating factor and offers an outstanding user experience. Customers' experiences with your brand are subconscious processes. We can't tell them what to think, but we can shift their attention to the things we want them to see. That's what I love about behavioural psychology. And how to create extraordinary UX?
From my point of view, it's all about details. It can be a digital product which's animated feedback shows what's going on at the user's display. A high-end physical product that creates an instant feeling of luxury when customer's touching the premium materials, or a legendary personalized coffee at Starbucks. So simple. An employee asks about your name, take a marker and scribble it on the cup. Of course often intentionally wrong to make you upload it on social media and remind your friends about their brand, but this is already interfering in marketing. At the first look, it may seem like a truism, but in the end, it's precisely the details that together create memorable and thriving brands. That's in my mind with every project and it'll be for yours as well.
I want to hear your story.
Sometimes, just one sentence is enough to change your view on a certain thing for life. There's a few of 'em.