I’m Tamara, a freelance UX designer based in France. I craft accessible websites for brands using tech for good.
A great website is designed for all people by default. That means considering people who use assistive technology and being mindful of everyone's ability to process information.
Design can be the difference between someone feeling safe and included, or frustrated and overwhelmed. But ethical design is no accident – it's a deliberate choice.
The platforms you use can also have an impact on user safety. That's why I only ask for what's necessary. When we track how the website is used, I do it without collecting cookies.
Inflow helps people with ADHD learn about their brain and find techniques to overcome their challenges. I delivered a new visual identity and built a new site on Webflow, addressing specifically the needs of people with ADHD.
Neon support and train campaigners and activists working across social movements. For this project, I worked with a team of freelancers to design a recognisable brand and build an accessible website for Neon.
Linkorep runs a French Twitch channel, dedicated to fostering an inclusive community of gamers. Seeking assistance in creating overlays for her channel, we embarked on a journey to develop her brand, strategically and visually, while prioritising inclusive design and accessibility.
Surprisingly, I'm French. I also have Serbian roots and was raised in an Italian-speaking family before studying in Oxford. So rest assured, unconventional spelling doesn't faze me one bit.
With over 13 years of experience in the digital industry, I've had the opportunity to explore various roles. My career kicked off in Paris, where I began as a film editor before making my way to London helping women progress their career. But it's in web design that I've found my groove.
I'm proud to be a member of Women Make, a community that supports women entrepreneurs. I'm also involved with Agencies for Good and Dovetail, two networks that connect tech experts with non-profits.
I'm currently dedicated to a full-time project. But I'd be happy to consider smaller consulting gigs, including pro-bono opportunities to support charities and mentoring.
Please feel free to get in touch if you'd like to discuss how I can assist you.
(Last updated June 2023)