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Who is Lach?


Oh hey πŸ‘‹

I’m a product designer who has been around for some time. I started my career on the creative agency-side where I found myself in a hybrid role leading a small cross-functional team. Somewhere between all the conversations with stakeholders, research, prep of functional specs and doodling wireframes it eventually hit me that, actually, I had been involuntarily doing UX design and the rest just fell into place quite naturally.

I’m a well-rounded, full-stack (I think that’s the latest term!) designer who likes to get his hands dirty and be part of every step of the process – from conception to delivery. My specialties are working in small teams, developing early stage products, stakeholder management and SaaS. My mantra preaches that great design is functional and minimalistic.Β 

I’ve spent the last few of years working in agri-climate-sustainability tech so my primary impetus is delivering meaningful experiences and creating positive impact. 🌍 ✌️

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Every client, project, product, team is different – but I’ve devised a tactic how to tackle all challenges.


Empathy is my strong suit and it’s at the core of everything I do. Whether it’s users or my peers, I always look for the optimal way of bringing out the best in everyone.


These is so much going on outside the product team and information slips through the cracks. I strive to have all key stakeholders on the same page and ensure everyone is aligned.


A product – platform, app, website – is only one part of a bigger design ecosystem. A brand is not just a colour palette and it needs to be reflected in every output.


The design process is not straightforward, it needs constant iteration and it’s easy to get lost without a “North Star”. Which is why we need to talk about goals – how do we define success?


Work and team dynamics are never the same, and there is no universal formula either. I try to find the best ways and tools to optimise how things get done.


Let’s leave micromanagement in the 1990s where it belongs. Having worked with many small, agile teams, I’m very self-sufficient and and I know how to deliver.

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