Web Applications

A few examples of interfaces for Web Applications that I designed throughout the years.

In 2013, a couple of friends and I won a Startup Weekend competition in Florianópolis, Brazil. We used the prize to bootstrap a product to facilitate the work of independent, private educators, such as language and music instructors. Our startup never took off :-)

This is a tool for calculating oil fields' capacity. In 2012, while I was doing my Masters in Design, I worked at a research lab funded by Brazil's state oil company, Petrobras. Petrobras needed a user interface to facilitate the work of engineers responsible for calculating the capacity of recently-discovered oil fields. Prior to having this tool, engineers used terminal commands to run and monitor calculations.

This is a Customer Relationship Management app. 
From 2008 to 2011, I worked at an ed-tech startup. One of the coolest projects I did there had nothing to do with education.

I designed the Customer Relationship Management software that salespeople used to monitor leads and close deals. As you can see, I was heavily influenced by Twitter's aesthetic at the time.

I also designed cute original icons that were never used. Back then icons were bitmaps, and I take pride in having spent a gazillion hours pushing individual pixels around.