The 1st of July 2018, I arrived in London for the first time to begin my internship at Neverbland, a digital product studio, as a digital designer. In four months, I had the chance to work on various projects, from branding to motion interfaces, for clients from big groups to startups. We were three designers and I learned a lot from their creation process.
Here are some projects I worked on.
In a team with another designer, we had to redesign entirely Neverbland’s presentation website. I had to create the “Portfolio”, “Case study”, “Team”, and “Blog” pages.
To facilitate the integration of the developers, I also did the responsive tablet and mobile layouts of each mockup.
A few days after I started at Neverbland, I had the chance to work as a UI designer on the redesign of the Technology Playmaker Awards 2019’s website, a price which rewards woman who disrupt our society thanks to the sector of the technology, created by booking.com.
A designer at the studio had already did the new navigation and the wireframes, so I could dedicate myself to the visual interface and the animations. I also created the responsive of the mockups (tablet and mobile).
I was glad to had the ability to work independently on a project like that.