Hi I’m Bara. I’m a brand & digital designer with a huge passion for holistic and human centred design & psychology. You may know me from my design website, design blog or my other website about mindset.
“I love helping great people with great ideas!”
I believe that when we combine great idea with great design and a great mindset, then we all can be on the right track to success! I also believe that everything is possible and you should too!
Since there’s nothing better than seeing people and ideas succeed, I’d like to help you overcome your obstacles, whether they may be business-wise, design-wise or possibly just self-imposed:
— perfect for anyone who has an idea/innovation/project they would like to realise and turn it into a business, but don’t quite know how or where to start
— perfect for anyone looking to find out how their existing brand/digital/business presence could be elevated to the next level and to serve them, their business and their users even better
— perfect for anyone that is perhaps feeling a bit intimidated by their awesome goal and/or their current circumstances, and is looking for guidance on how they can become their best self, reach their full potential and live the life they always envisioned
“Advice is most effective when it’s personalised!”
I’d love to chat to you and I look forward to connecting with you through 1:1 chat on Superpeer and understanding your particular needs and specific goals. Until then, have an ace day!
It’s impossible to design for 100% of users. That said, we should always aim to keep diversity in mind — from visual impairment, allergies to neurodiversity — especially when making design decisions. Questioning how accessible, effective and inclusive our work is will help us to shift design from good to great, and then to even better. That’s when we know that every design and subsequently every user will always benefit from our inclusive design approach. These principles will help you to evaluate existing designs, guide the design process and educate both designers and consumers about the characteristics of more usable products and environments:
Aren’t we, designers — and in fact all creative minds — rather good at finding inspiration and being creative? We click through our favourite visual blogs, flip through pages of that well-thumbed book or venture to design stores and galleries. We learn where and how to look to get our creative wires sparking, landing on the next great idea.
As designers and problem-solvers, we are accountable for the ever-increasing importance of design as well as for the role it now plays in today’s life, society and innovation. It’s our responsibility to not only make design aesthetically appealing, but also to make any design solution — first and foremost — the best it can be.