UX professional with 10 years' experience, master's degree and numerous international awards.
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Christmas Tea

The point of the project was questioning modern conventions of Christmas, and the typical visual identity that is used when celebrating the holidays. Christmas Tea is a reinterpretation of the traditional Christmas tea packaging with a clear message: Christmas is a holiday which we share with people that are special to us. In the same way, the packaging is forcing and motivating users to share and consume tea with a loved one. 

Awards and accolades

New York, USA: Won Core77 Design Award in the ‘Never Saw the Light of Day’ category; Hong Kong, China: Christmas Tea project selected as one of the best packagings for food products in 2011 and listed in the Victionary’s ‘Eat Me’ book. New York, USA: Christmas Tea selected by Behance jury and featured in ‘Packaging served gallery’ Guangzhou, China: Selected and featured in ‘Holiday & Ceremonies Design’ book by Sendpoints Books LLC.

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This is great, but why is it here?

This is great, but why is it here?

Yup, I know, I'm a UX professional and digital products are my home now, but this just shows how I evolved professionally. Before UX, like many other UX professionals, I was a designer in the offline field, producing mostly branding solutions and packaging designs that caught international attention, like this one. Besides, this one got so many accolades I mentioned in my CV, so I had to include it here to show what I'm talking about.