Mobile Design Developers

11 results from Eastern Europe

Mobile is quickly taking over the world, and that means that mobile design especially important for the app performance.

Vitaliy Z.

UA

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Full time

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User Experience & Interface Design Crusader

My primary goal is to create a final vision of the product: impressive, elegant and easy to understand. For last three years I’m diving into the digital products design from all shores, trying to achieve this vision in anything that gets to my hands.

Ivan D.

UA

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Full time

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Product Designer (UX/UI)

I’m UI/UX designer passionate to create and build great user-facing products with 4 years of experience in digital design. Highly self-motivated team player and a quick learner.

Maksym P.

UA

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Full time

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Mobile UI/UX Designer

I’m Web & UI/ UX Designer, with more than 2 years experience. I have already completed many projects.

Dmitry D.

UA

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Full time

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Product & UX Designer

I am UX Designer with over 10 years of professional experience, currently working with various clients from Canada, USA, Ukraine

Dmitry S.

UA

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Full time

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Web, Mobile, UX/UI Designer

Digital Product Designer with over 5 years experience based in Central Europe

Rustam M.

UA

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Full time

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UI/UX Designer

5 years into UI and UX design brought me a ton of experience in this field. I have developed a wide range of websites that are cross-browser compatible and mobile-friendly layouts.

Andrew B.

UA

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Full time

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Web & Mobile UI/UX Designer

Over 5 years experience focusing on identity, web & application design. Passion for clean and intuitive solutions.

Oleh K.

UA

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Full time

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UX/UI and Web/Mobile design

I am 2-years experienced person in Web designing, mobile design and logos creation sphere. Also have experience more than six years in the printing industry.

Frank A.

UA

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Full time

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UX | UI Designer

I strive to deliver a great product solutions and user experiences.

Elena M.

UA

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Full time

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UX/UI Product Designer

My focus and passion is Mobile UI/UX design for iOS and Android platforms. Feel free to hire me and Reinvently team for your project.

Do you need an app designer for your project?

Mobile app design is the process of developing the visual aspects of mobile user experience. Mobile designers combine knowledge about how mobile platforms and apps work, research on how people use mobile apps, and visual and interaction design principles.

The goal of mobile design is to relay critical information with a limited amount of content on a small screen, and ensure ease of finding additional information and functionalities within an app.

Mobile application marketplaces like Google Play and Apple Store are full of various applications for almost any purpose.

Apps are subject to fashion, and criticism, which results in an even greater challenge for mobile designers, who need to ensure that apps are beautiful, and visually engaging. Essentially, mobile design has to contribute to customer retention and engagement.

Designers also need to know how to maintain brand consistency across web and mobile platforms. Mobile design also involves planning around how, and where users will be using an app.

One of the largest challenges of mobile design is the most basic one – the small size of screens. Nowadays designers have to take many different screen sizes and device types into consideration. The right approach to this problem is designing for smallest platforms first, and using it as an entry point for building the design up for larger screens.

Apart from that, a good interface has to look the same (or similar) across different platforms – like Android, iOS, or Windows Phone.

Many important decisions have to be made in mobile app design, like, for instance, whether the application will use adaptive design (all changes handled by the back-end of the app), or responsive design (where changes are handled by the end-user’s display).

Touch screens force designers to take a different approach to navigation then in web design. The most important, and commonly used functionalities and content should be the easiest to access.

Talking about content, mobile designers don’t have a lot of place for it, so they have to keep it as concise as possible. Especially the number of non-critical images has to be kept to a minimum.

What skills should Mobile app designers have?

Mobile design has quite unique requirements, the most important one being that the mobile design environment changes at an incredibly fast speed – new tools are simplifying large parts of the job, best practices change regularly.

This stems from the fact that server-side and client-side development technologies change rapidly, which forces designers to adapt quickly, and never settle on standard practices.

Devices are incredibly fragmented, with endless different smartphone and tablet devices on the market and in hands of users, and every device can have a different screen size, pixel density, and physical input. This makes responsive design a critical skill, which will allow designers to build app layouts that easily adjust to any screen.

There are three large operating systems in the mobile ecosystem – Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Every system has different interface patterns, and guidelines for app development. This poses many challenges, so deep understanding of these platforms, as well as the inherent challenges of each platform, is a must.

The application design directly influences how much energy it consumes, which creates another important consideration for mobile developers. This makes minimalism a beneficial trait for mobile designers – if there is no need for heavy visual effects or animations, then it’s best to avoid them completely. Designers need to understand how apps can influence device performance.

Paradoxically, web designers with very long experience probably might not transition well into mobile development. It may be best to look for designers who started working when mobile was already entering it’s prime, not non-existent or in it’s infancy stage.

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