Hey, you found yourself a designer!

Now have a seat and read the manual.

Your designer is called Lea and specializes in visual interface design. She is great for making squeaky clean, usable applications in a tolerable amount of time. She’s also ok with producing some eye candy if needed. Beware your teeth.

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Make sure to feed her the right input, otherwise your designer will become grumpy. And sad.

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The importance of being focussed

Most designers like structures. So does Lea.

She loves having a plan, or at least aiming at a s.m.a.r.t. goal. Otherwise, she’ll lose herself in continuous creative processes and start spinning in circles until she gets really dizzy. Which you want to avoid. Create a mindmap together, fill in some strategy templates or scribble on a whiteboard until it’s black. What works best depends on the individual project. Just be sure to clarify the purpose of your undertakings.

Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose. – Charles Eames

Sometimes your designer resembles a cat

Now we are getting closer to the matter. Lea feels most comfortable in familiar surroundings. Let her work from home and she will always be composed and in a good mood in meetings. Also pay attention to the right software. For interface design, she still likes Sketch but got used to Figma pretty quick. Multiplayer mode is rad! Just don’t ask her to create a screen design in Photoshop. She’ll put up her hair and growl like a real furball. However! If you’re interested in Photoshop, take a look at your designer’s retouch portfolio. Although that’s not the main focus of her work, Lea finds retouching very relaxing.

Your designer likes to be in good company

Carefully explain to your designer who she’s going to work with and introduce her to the developers. This relationship is more important than you might think and your feline designer is especially keen to hand over polished and well thought-out designs to the devs.

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Pro-tip: provide variety. Your designer likes to venture to the edge of her comfort zone.

Your designer for sure enjoys a good challenge. New topics and tasks always include opportunities to learn stuff. Also re-imagining what everybody considers to be a well approved concept can be exciting. As long as you don’t just book her for the one job she’s able to do in her sleep, she won’t get bored. And at the end of the day, that’s the most important thing when dealing with a catlike designer: keeping her motivation alive so she does’t feel like roaming around in other gardens.

Motivated projects:

If you feel like talking now, you can hop over to the contact page to send your designer an email. You’ll also find information about her availability at the moment.

If you meet her in person for the first time, don’t forget to pat her on the back. She will then know that you share a similar kind of humor and accept you as her equal. Good luck my friend.

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