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Bread landing page

Made this for fun, inspired by a local bakery. This is currently a work in progress

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LectureBin Logo

Here is a logo that I designed for a client. The project was for a website that saves up scholastic journals

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Android O Icon template

  Just a couple hours ago, Google announced Android O. Very excited about it, so I decided to create an icon template, free of use. You can download it here

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Leverage social proof instead of talking about yourself.

Social proof is one of biggest tool of persuasion that you can use. What your customers say about your product, and potential users seeing those endorsements can greatly improve your bottom line, and conversation rates. An easy way to do this is adding testimonials to your landing page. The thing to remember is. It should […]

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Fewer Form Fields, and why less is more.

When creating landing pages, be it a Sign up page for your new web application, or a Landing page to provide leads to your Sales funnel. Naturally, business owners would want to ask a lot of relevant (or not so relevant) information from visitors. This is the opposite case for users. You only have a […]

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Black and White Mockup, to something Beautiful

I was recently contacted by a user from Reddit to redesign a web application that he is currently doing. A newfeed / chat application, and I thought that the project was a very good idea, so I gave it a go. Here is what I came up with, and the client and I we’re very […]

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AmazonWolf Logo

Got an idea for a logo that has a wolf in it. Something simple, can work in black and white, and still look good in small sizes.

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Bitcoin Dashboard

I am big fan of bitcoin, and I thought that I would create a UI for a bitcoin application on my spare time. Very happy with how this turned out.

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Concise Copy beats verbose

Users want that information, fast. And you have to give it to them that way. This has been the rule of the Internet since the its conception, and still holds truth today. Good UX is not just buttons that are well placed, and have good contrast, etc. etc.  You also have to deal with textual […]

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Recommend Products instead of showing them equally

Decision Paralysis  is a problem a lot of new users of your application encounter when they are in your Product page. “Which plan suits me best?”, “Do I need these features?”, “Are these enough?”. As the decision time increases, the user experience suffers. That’s why our job as UX designers are to lessen these hindrances, or […]

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Spontaneous Workation to Palawan

It’s Monday, and I was just starting my usual Monday routine. Went to the gym, bought groceries and some baking stuff for the whole week, and fed the dogs too. All in all, a productive start of the weekly grind. Got my usual cup of joe, and on to sending the plethora of emails to […]

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Sneakerfetch

I recently had the opportunity to work with www.sneakerfetch.io/community to redesign their community page. Me being a sneakerhead my self. I couldn’t wait to get on the job, and start working on the designs. After working together with the client, nailing down user stories, and what needs to be improved upon. I came up with […]

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Why I chose to Freelance

A month ago, I had a pleasant reminder of why I prefer working for myself, instead of working for somebody and being an employee. I was on a meeeting with a local business that needed a redesign for their 2009-made website. The CEO had contacted me through a colleague who is part of a designers […]

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2016 MX5

2 years after I got my 2014 Mazda 6, I finally got my dream car. A 2016 Mazda mx5 Soul Red. I absolutely adore the interior, as well as the exterior of the car, and I’ve been looking for reasons to drive it all day long.

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Foodwishes

Aside from design, I’m also a very big fan of cooking, and trying new dishes to cook and enjoy. That’s why I absolutely adore the Foodwishes youtube channel for their great recipes, and listening to Chef John is a joy. Thing is, Foodwishes’ site is ran on a blogspot platform, and I have to say […]

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Carrier Swap

Carrierswap is an awesome startup where users will be able to choose ISP’s that best suit them, and have the best options to choose from. The Founder of CarrierSwap contacted me to create the UI/UX Design from the ground up. They wanted a clean, and intuitive design where users will be able to choose options […]

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About me

Who am I? My name is Marion Serenio. I’m a UI/UX Designer and Front-end Developer with a passion for brand identity & development. Since December 2011, I’ve been a freelance designer specialising in User Interface design, and Front-end Development. I am constantly developing my skills & gaining more experience, with opportunities to work in multiple […]

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whatsapp design

I was once looking at whatsapps’s homepage, and I realized that it kinda looked outdated in todays stanadrds. Whatsapp being a part of Facebook, I thought that it needed a better looking homepage, than the one it currently has. Me, having 3 days off from my paying projects, I decided to create an unsolicited design […]

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Newspaper website

A challenge that I gave to myself To create a Newspaper website, that has a lot of content to show, but still has a very easy to understand hierarchy of elements, and content.

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Simple Chatbox

Another User Interface design. This time, a minimalist chat interface with user list on the left, and main chat interface on the right.  

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school of motion

Client showcase: School Of Motion is an established tutorial website for Motion Graphics and design, and they wanted a redesign to UX and UI of their website. To convert more, and would entice users to sign up to the class. I redesigned the whole site, and decided to showcase the videos directly on the homepage. […]

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Modafiniledge

Client showcase: The company behind modafiledge.com, contacted me to design, and develop two separate websites with a different look but with the same layout. These two designs came out of that endeavour. After the designs are finished, I then started coding the back and front-end part of the two sites. Integrated Paypal, and bitcoin payments […]

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