HI THERE! I’M ADINA.

Originally from New York, now living in Israel, I combine my psychology background, along with my passion for human understanding, with creativity to deliverable UX/UI designs.

FEATURED WORK

Graze TLV

A responsive site and social media branding for an artisan charcuterie vendor

TAL TOURS

A redesign for a boutique travel agency

BOUNTIFUL

MVP for early start up

NETFLIX

Adding a feature to an existing app

BHUKU

Designing an iOS app for book lovers

About me

Originally from New York, I'm an Israel-based UX/UI designer and researcher with degrees in Psychology (BA) and Organizational Behavior and Development (MA).

My background, paired with my strong communication skills and attention to detail, has led me to the UX field. I am a people person who very much enjoys I enjoy listening to users’ needs and transforming them into creative and meaningful designs. Having worked in various roles ranging from communications, logistics and conference planning, web design, and UX, I have developed a multifaceted, holistic approach to problem solving through design.

In my work as a UX/UI designer, I have discovered an endless curiosity for what makes a design great and what makes that flow…well, flow. Whether you're a company of one, twenty, or in the hundreds, I am all about the individual experience and am devoted to designing impactful, memorable and efficient user-entered experiences.

Fun facts about me:
  • I love painting with watercolors.
  • I love blueberries and peanut butter more than anything (but not together)!
  • When I'm not designing, you can find me watercolor painting, power walking, searching for blueberries or baking.
  • In my spare time, I also like to work on personal design projects to flex my creative muscles or learn new skills.

Let's Chat!

Interested in collaborating? Reach out, I’d love to grab a cup of coffee. It's on me!

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