Art Director at Ozan.com / UI Designer at eksisozluk
Who says you have to chose between looking great and being user friendly? Here we are working on our ‘send money’ and ‘load money’ screens for our iPhone app.
Our designers truly are magicians! They just fit an entire currency exchange office into your back pocket.
nike landing page
The screen of a landing page for my oldest client barcin sports. Attached view for a closer look and let me know what you think.
At the end of the day, we are facilitating payments, and payments have come to mean “checking out online”. We have previously shared an initial draft for our “checkout” screens. After hours and hours of fine-tuning and testing, we were able to come up with a sleeker design and prevent possible UX annoyances. Tell us what you think.
mobile app dashboard
Our mobile app dashboard is coming to life. Literally. You'll see what we mean in a few minutes. 🙃
When you’re dealing with payments, you’re dealing with lots of numbers and figures. We want our users to easily access their transaction details —on any platform. It is always a fun challenge to overcome.
Working on the design of our "wallet" features. Mobile and desktop versions are developed simultaneously in everything we do and there are times mobile just has to come first. See attachment for a full view.
Talking about our dashboard interactions, these are the 3 main actions within a single click reach from all our dashboard screens. Our main interactions are color-coded for a naturally agreeable experience and to leave no room for mistake. Some of our design interactions are even direction-coded to achieve a truly intuitive interface.
Hey there, Our dashboard interactions are finally coming to life as we near launch. This is what our “load money” screen will look like. Pretty straightforward, isn’t it?
Here is what the finalized homepage looks like. I'm really satisfied with how this one-pager turned out. I'm planning to build my next one completely on Sketch. Any Sketch users out there?
A homepage design I've been working on for a client in the payment industry. Experimenting with angular approaches to physical objects. What do you think & press "L"
We are experimenting with Flinto and Principle while designing interactions. Our team is focusing on creating engaging interfaces with details thoroughly thought out (coincidental alliteration is coincidental). What do you think about simple interaction details like these?