UX Projects by RGD Members

Check out new projects by Ekaterina Osina RGD, Avinash Raj RGD, Dalibor Simic RGD, Maninder Singh RGD, Daniel Szilagyi RGD and BOLD LIP. 


Taralyn Carver RGD and the team at BOLD LIP designed a website with intuitive IA and a clean, linear and seamless user experience for Trexity

The website needed to convey the ease and value of Trexity's platform, both to merchants selling products and the couriers delivering them. For merchants, this meant communicating the flexibility and simplicity of set-up. For couriers, it meant creating assets that could be understood between trips, at a glance and by an audience with varying levels of English language comprehension.


Ekaterina Osina RGD designed an app for PianoBar for customers to easily find and book first-hand tickets for upcoming events and offers a fast and straightforward exchange and return process.
PianoBar is a local Piano Lounge, which is located in Toronto Downtown. They host piano concerts featuring local musicians.
Avinash Raj RGD developed the design strategy, branding, UX design and SEO/SEM for AutoFox's website.
AutoFox is a start-up that enables customers in hiring mobile mechanics to service their vehicles.


With focus on ease of use, accessibility and clean design, Dalibor Simich RGD designed a website for The Conversation Lab™ with an aim to help healthcare providers communicate with and educate their patients and families facing serious and life-threatening illness.

The Conversation Lab is an educational and system-based initiative created to improve serious illness care and is made possible with generous support given to the UHN Foundation.


Maninder Singh RGD designed flexible UI/UX for Altspace to launch their app smoothly in two phases as the brand grows. 

Altspace is an app that provides flexible workspace solutions, including traditional offices, shared workspaces and office suites with private amenities to SMEs, startups and freelancers for their workspace needs.

Daniel Szilagyi RGD refreshed Sycle's website noticeably enhancing the look and feel of the website to be in line with current UI and UX of the platform. 
Last updated in 2015, the website needed stronger, more organized messaging which reflected Sycle's branding. The new website has a much "lighter" look with a focus on the products, value and overall branding of  the company.