Philip Dimanov

Hello!I'm Philip.

A product designer who codes.
I design, develop and solve problems at  Raisin logo

About Me

I’m passionate about building & designing delightful user flows and dressing them in beautiful layouts. The perfect design doesn’t involve only beautiful aesthetics, the perfect design requires a deep understanding of human behavior and psychology. As an outcome of having this understanding, we are able to shape a great product that is made for humans.

About me
About me

Currently at Raisin we build a digital product that helps people grow their wealth. I am the product designer responsible for the public website, including the registration and the product ordering flows.

Working closely with stakeholders, product owners, copywriters and developers to deliver pixel perfect, accessable and "better, never best" user experience. I also support and unlock value for the marketing team by helping them to validate hypotheses by creating experiments and A/B tests.

Before that, I owned and managed an agency for about 10 years. My everyday job was creating websites, crafting logos and illustrations, and developing WordPress themes for my clients. Alongside that, I was Envato author as well.

I started designing and developing websites back in the year 2002 in a small family agency in a team of 4 people, including the founders.

That’s basically it. Thanks for stopping by!

About me

Design Process

I will add value to your digital product through good design.

1. Define the Strategy

At the very beginning, I go around and ask questions, talk to stakeholders, and search for people that need to be involved. Before jumping into designing I always make sure that I fully understand the requirements, and all the goals are carefully defined.

2. Feature Design

Let’s solve the problem. At the end of this stage, we will end with a pixel-perfect design that is ready to be handed over to the devs. During this step, I will create wireframes, validate them with the stakeholders and then create prototypes to be tested with users.

3. Pass it to the developers

To bring the design to life we need to do a proper handover to the developers. Because I am a designer who codes, I work very closely with the devs to ensure they get all the important details needed for flawless implementation.

4. Quality Assurance

When the development of the feature is done, I do the next step, a so-called “UX review”. This is how I verify the implementation and see if my layouts are translated into code 1:1. If anything is not as expected, I kindly ask the colleagues for a fix.

Thomas Watson
Good design is
Good business

Thomas Watson Jr., IBM

Projects

Here you can see examples of some side projects I did in the past.

Simeon Lyutakov
Simeon Lyutakov

Actor and photographer

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Inovizer

A simple informative website for an Internet of Things platform that helps people managing their connected devices, monitor, and analyze.

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Inovizer
Topland
Topland

This is a nice and modern website for a company that builds and sells homes.

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Abeille Sauvage

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Abeille Sauvage
Villa White Dove
Villa White Dove

A website for an adorable villa located on the Black Sea coast.

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Florence

Responsive HTML template for a wedding page.

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Florence
Material Wedding
Material Wedding

Responsive HTML template for a wedding page.

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404 Page

HTML template.

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404 Page

Logo Design

Examples of some logos created by me.

Abeille Sauvage
Art Theater
Engelsliebe
Orbit
Bi Fuel
Lanespot
Paylevate
Baboon Kids
Direct Hotel Services
Trio Holiday
Rado Werkstatt
Sabine Drubba
Avangard Marine
Structura Design

Let's Connect

You can find ways to get in touch with me on the following links: