Yulia Snitko is an award-winning art director and Awwwards Jury member from Ukraine. She created snig.digital as a nourishing design environment to develop thoughtful client-centric solutions without haste.
Snig means “snow” in Ukrainian. Snowflakes are unique and elegant yet structured and crisp at the same time, created with attention to detail and a tiny bit of magic. Pretty much like our design works.
We are no fans of overtime and hectic work schedules. Our efficient solutions come from well-rested professionals who always give a hundred percent and are exceptionally empathetic to clients’ needs.
Our client immediately grasped the brilliance of the design and green-lighted the implementation. Snig.digital did a great job of understanding the problem at hand and delivering solutions within the domain. Much to our client's satisfaction.
Our e-commerce website, combined with our product, has helped us generate 7+ figures since launching. The strong UX and frictionless shopping experience allow our customers to find what they want when they want it. Working with them was energizing and gave me momentum vs working with some other agencies that just felt like a drag.
The rare combination of TRUE expertise both in UX and UI is impressive. You get the right design decision. Those ones you don't notice because they not only look perfect but also they are elaborated to the smallest details in terms of how you interact with this particular thing.
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