I'm all about products
that are engaging to use
A bit of equipment used to physically demonstrate the heat-sensing mechanism common among snakes. The thermal camera picks on infrared sources surrounding the user and provides thermal feedback.
Designed for the Polytechnic Museum of Moscow
Limbo Battery Holder
A functional wall-decor piece designed for Umbra.
Elegantly keeps your used batteries so you can dispose of them later in one go!
I revel in prototyping of all kind.
From hot workshop modeling
to digital bodging.
I believe creativity is a muscle.
So I work mine every chance I get
Here is what I’ve been doing
for the last 5 years:
I'm also a lecturer at the BA (Hons) Product and Industrial Design course at the British Higher School of Art & Design (Moscow)
By night, I'm also an indie gamedev
A bunch of little games
I've build a few much simpler toys over the years. They are mostly all over the place, but one did end up on the Google Play.
A little bit about myself:
I live and breathe design. Sometimes to the detriment of my personal life.
But hey, at least nothing holds me back from travel
People think I work fast,
but actually I just work a lot.
I’m a fast and eager learner.
One day i'm like:
”wouldn't it be cool to…”
Next I’m sending nights learning Adobe Animate, Unity and C#.
I have a thing for algorithmic design, simulations, and interactive systems.
I think I’m good with people.
If teaching design and running my studio taught me anything, it’s that communication is usually half the job.
Also I’m nowhere near as full of myself as this list might suggest