Karolina Kamoda

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I’m a designer focused on experience, interaction and product. In the past worked on implementing new services, products and brand strategies with clients such as Depop, Elder, Visa, Rainbow, Spotio.


SKILLS

DESIGN user flows, personas, storyboarding, customer journeys, story maps, workshops, brand identities, product visions, generating ideas
RESEARCH interviews, surveys, usability testing, observation, desk research
PROTOTYPING wireframing, fast prototyping, interactive mockups


EXPERIENCE

01.2020 – Depop, Product Designer
09.2018 – 12.2019 – Elder Technologies Ltd., Product Designer
02.2018 – 08.2018 – Innovatika, Designer
02.2017 – 02.2018 – TGTH, User Experience Designer
12.2016 – 02.2017 – Social Wolves, User Experience Designer
2013 – 2016 – Graphic Designer roles at Brasil Warsaw, SHOWROOM, 180 heartbeats + JvM


EDUCATION

2015 – 2017 – Master of Arts, Design Faculty, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw
iploma project focused on the anatomy of a workspace and how it affects workers. The project resulted in a system of objects and guidelines for creating a space that corresponds with personalities, dynamics and processes of the people using it.

2010 – 2014 – Bachelor of Arts, Design Faculty, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw


EXHIBITIONS, PUBLICATIONS, AWARDS

07.2018 – project System showcased in Design Alive1 #26, “Sun”
04.2017 – exhibition at Salone del Mobile, Milan, project “Simple stool”
05 – 11.2016 – multiple publications in Design Alive (#18, #19, #20)
04.2016 – Oficyna Peryferia2, zine open-call, honorary mention
07.2014 – Font, nie czcionka!3, best diplomas of 2014
05.2013 – publication in 2+3D4 II/2013, “Invisible exhibition”

1 Design Alive is a design, architecture, fashion and art magazine published in Poland.
2 Oficyna Peryferia is a young, independent publisher in Poland.
3 Font, nie czcionka! is a popular design blog.
4 2+3D is a discontinued design magazine,that presented graphic and product design from Poland and Central Europe, as well as various theoretical texts.