crezter

Nikita Yarygin

Product Designer

I work to solve problems

and find the solutions

Nikita is an ambitious and self-motivated designer who has been in design for more than 
7 years View resume

Workflow

Depending on the type of project, Nikita always aims to understand the client’s business, learn how it works and understands the audience. He uses all the knowledge to solve problems and find solutions. The goal is to bring this solution through interface.

1. Research

  • Interview with clients
  • Collection of information
  • Core audience specification
  • Task
  • Business essence

2. Planning

  • Research
  • Studying of competitors
  • Needs of users
  • Structure

3. Ideate

  • Brainstorming
  • Search for solutions
  • Sketches and prototypes

4. Design

  • Type of approach
  • Work with contents
  • Creation of guides
  • Supervising the implementation

HTML, CSS

Can make simple things

Animation

From idea to specification

Usability

Constant search for solutions

In his work he always aims to solve current problems effectively, taking into account customers’ and users’ wishes

He keeps up to date with new software, post-production techniques & industry trends, adaptable and able to pick up new techniques as well.

Mobile applications design for Babadu. The leader of children's retail on the Russian market View case
Alongside with the preparing adaptive version of the website it has been decided to update the existing mobile applications for iOS and Android.
Main goal is to increase conversion and to simplify purchase process, and also to increase DAU (daily active users).
Crezter - Babadu
A handy resource where users can easily find places with great deals and discounts View case
Sometimes the most interesting stuff in a city is hiding in plain sight. With this service you can find the best places to eat and relax.
The main functionality of the website is a search of discounts, so I've intended to make a convenient tool for this. It was also necessary to create the management tool for the members of the club.
Crezter - Pesona Concierge
The company’s specialization is sales of estates at the coast of the Baltic Sea View case
Every estate already has all necessary conveniences, so you just need to pick up the area and order a villa construction if you want to.
Main goal was to inspire the sense of lightness and calmness of the visual component. I've reached it by creation of the white space, well selected fonts and highlighted key-points.
Crezter - Rantau
The idea of the service is to make a website where any customer can create his/her own bouqet View case
Walking along the streets or surfing the net you can find various shops that offer bouquets creation services. But, however, they are ready-made variants. What if you want to make the unique bouquet?
This project allows you to choose flowers that you may like and to make a bouquet from them. Such bouquets can be seen on Instagram and if you wish, you can buy any.
The Selfish app ties together both your captured moments and the people you love to share them with View case
In this app users are given the chance to add some moments of their life and to unite them in a story.
I was lucky to develop the design concept both for the app and for the website, and also to think up the general stylistics of the brand.
Autoline is a service where customers can easily find any spare part for their car View case
Sometimes, it isn't necessary to go to your service center if it is possible to replace a detail by yourself. But how should I find the suitable one? The catalog of spare parts Autoline will help to cope with this problem.
It has an extremely convenient navigation along to the catalog of component spares and accessories for your car.
In 2013 Mail.Ru Group, the Russian Internet pioneer unveiled its first U.S. initiative, a startup called My.com View case
I had an opportunity to take part in the development of the my.com project. I was faced by a task to draw the section of games. Though the final variant was not used, I decided to show it.
It is my idea of the project and the way it has to look like. The logo and the icons come from ONY Agency.