I was the main designer when I joined the company. To establish themselves as leaders in the cryptocurrency industry, both Metal and Proton's projects required a solid design lanuage to scale and adhere to an ambitious timeline. The team expanded quickly, and I was put in charge of directing the team's performance.
Some of the most well-known Metallicus products are MetalPay, Proton, Proton Swap, Proton Loan, Webauth,... Each product has its own personality, making design work considerably more difficult. The aim of the design team was to create a unified experience and a polished appearance for such products.
My mission as a Designer and as a Lead Product Designer was to continuously improve the user experience to facilitate the web3 adoption.
If users can easily understand how a product works, they're more likely to use it and embrace its benefits.
Product design is important for web3 because it's essential that products look good and function properly. Poor product design can lead to users feeling frustrated or confused. This can damage user trust in a product, and it can also deter people from using it.
Metallicus was founded with the goal of bridging the gap between the cryptocurrency and fiat markets.
The team aims to build a Web 3.0 environment that offers an alternative way to store value and conduct financial transactions.
By leveraging the power of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and DeFi, this goal is achievable.
Metallicus is not a new company. However, the team has recently released several products that are making waves in the cryptocurrency space. MetalPay, Proton, Proton Swap, Proton Loan, and Webauth are some of the most well-known products of the company.
The design team led by me has been working on the products for over a year. These products are at different stages of development, and they will continue to improve as they evolve. It's important that these products are easy to navigate and understand while maintaining a certain level of professionalism and aesthetic.