UPD: I’ve made myself a new website. Go check it out: www.lysy.me
I am a product and user interface designer with 8+ years of experience.
I used to do design for Ultimate Guitar (also being the product designer of the Tonebridge app). Before that used to work as a game UI designer at Realore, a mobile UI designer at Stone Labs, and as a freelancer. Studied at Bureau Gorbunov Design School.
I also play guitar and sing in the punk rock band Come Together!
Get in touch:
firstname.lastname@example.org or @tigermetal via Telegram.
Manfred App Design, 2019
Manfred is a premium taxi service. Through it one can order a Maybach with a formidable bodyguard and an interpreter, a Lamborghini, or even a private jet. I helped improve the current interface and designed some new features.
1. Multiple Cars Order
The orders are designed to be completely independent of each other.
The +Add Car button is made bright enough to draw attention without breaking the main order flow. After adding a car, user can quickly move between orders in a habitual left-right swivel.
2. A Separate Order of a Bodyguard or an Interpreter
The feature being a hypothesis, the process of order is designed to be cheap in implementation: the customer simply leaves a request, and the operator calls back to complete the agreement in a private conversation.
3. Sports Car Order
The client can order a sports car which a Manfred employee will tailor right to the client’s address. The sports car is ordered for certain dates, so the client either indicates the desired dates in the calendar, or selects the desired car and then selects the desired dates in the calendar.
4. Chat Bot for Document Processing
For the first order of a sports car, the application will ask the customer to send some documents: passport, rights, etc.:
The complexity of the process was that the client did not want to send anything, and Manfred wanted to see as many documents as possible to make sure the client’s reliability. In addition, the sports cars are in the possession of Manfred’s partners, who also check the documents. For the design of the chat booth, I analyzed the business processes of all parties to the transaction to find the most profitable and easy way to pass the sports car to the client.
I also wrote all the necessary dialogue scripts for the bot, depending on the situation:
All the design was presented as a screen map, so the transitions between screens and the underlying logic could be obvious:
The features were based on the intial app design and current business needs.
Video lessons for beginners in the MelodiQ app, 2019:
For each lesson, I made a research, found all the theory, created the script, translated everything to English, ordered the voiceover, shot the video, and made the editing.
Guitarist in the videos is Alexey Savenko.
MelodiQ app design for Ultimate Guitar:
The app helps to learn and play guitar with fun — it shows how to play a song, and provides real-time feedback on how you play.
I made this extra small pixel font for tiny LED screens, oldschool videogames or a gaming website. You can use it completely for free for any project in you drop me a word about your project first.
Design of Tonebridge for macOS, 2017:
“Honestly: this is a very cool app. Fast to load, easy to use, and quick to just get a tone for someone who just wants to play and doesn’t care about twiddling knobs for 30 minutes before they start to practice, or just play for fun. Pressing Space to play the sample is an excellent feature. […] I wish you much luck with this!”
— Head of Mac App Store music apps
The app also got featured by Apple on the main page of Mac App Store:
Design of Tonebridge app for Android:
The app’s design was created according to the Material Design guidelines by Google. It was then approved by the Play Market team.
UPD: the app also got the Pedalboards feature that allows to quickly switch between presets:
Mini-tour about Tonebridge for the Tabs & Chords app:
Design of the 3D pedal view in Tonebridge for iOS:
The pedal turns as user moves the phone, creating an amazing presence effect. All light and shadows are processed in real time.
The pedal model was created in 3D Max, all visual effect were added in SceneKit, a 3D graphics interface for Apple’s XCode app.
Credits and thumbnail for “Playing For Peace” documentary filmed and directed by Andrey Matalyha:
Watch the documentary:
Hyperburoid Design Bureau website, 2015:
Logo and website design for Joyspotter:
Logo, landing page and interface design for ScreenDiscuss, a screenshot discussing service:
Landing page for SqlBackupandFTP:
Landing page for 10Levels:
Website design for Andrey Matalyha, 2014:
Landing page for Bad Girl game:
Car was servise iOS app interface concept, 2013:
Get in touch: email@example.com