Journey is a collaborative travel app that makes it quick and easy to make sense of your travel plans. Whether you are the type of traveller that loves to plan every step, or someone that prefers to get recommendations from friends - Journey keeps everything organized and easy to follow.

Starting a new Journey is easy - just add all the cool places you found and even get personalized recommendations based on things you liked from previous Journies. If you’re travelling with friends or family, it’s easy to collaborate together and make the most of your trip.

Need some inspiration for your next adventure? Search for popular Journies that others have been on and discover new places to visit.

The Wix App enables users to manage their website from their phone or tablet. Users can write blog posts, update store inventory, create and manage events and even live-chat with clients viewing their site. Users can also create their own mobile communities called “Places" and invite their clients to join. Places allow members to interact directly with each other and the owner.

As a UX/UI designer on the Mobile platform team, I was an integral part of planning the structure of the app, defining its design principles, developing the design language and also creating the main flows. Along the way we also created a mobile design system to help with consistency and velocity of design.

The Wix App is constantly evolving as we analyze data and adapt to user feedback. I continue to work on maintaining and improving the mobile experience along with a strong team of PMs, developers and analysts. We release new features and products into the app on a weekly basis.

The Wix App is available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

Wix Orders is an app developed by Wix's Restaurants team which can be installed on any website or template. It enables users to add ordering and delivery capability to their business. The app is fully customizable to fit the design of your site - including fonts, colors and styles.

I was tasked creating with a fully responsive desktop experience for the app, and along the way I also updated the UI in order to create a cleaner flow.

A redesign of the Gett homepage for the US, UK, Russian and Israeli versions of the site. The new website design, including all inner pages, also supports moble and tablet views. 

Our goal was to utilize Gett’s strong existing brand to create a professional looking website that would stand out against their competitors. This website caters to both drivers and passengers.

Website concept and visual language done at Awesome Design Agency.

*The website has since been updated.

Gett’s website includes many areas where the viewer can interact to view more information.

Robotix Media specialize in intuitive creative AI tools for Facebook & Instagram ads . With their online platform you can follow and analyze your various online campaigns with rich data and analytics. Along with creating the concept for their homepage, I also created an initial UX/UI concept for their internal campaign tracking screens.

Website concept and visual language done at Awesome Design Agency

Roy Sherizly is a graphic designer based in Tel Aviv, with a Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design from Shenkar College of Engineering & Design.  He is experienced in developing UX/UI for mobile apps and web, identity, branding, print design and packaging.

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Featured in

↳April 2014
A-T Hebrew Typography Magazine published by Über

↳May 2013
TOOB products featured on NOTCOT, Gear Patrol, Get Addicted To, Freshbump, Fubiz, Visuelle, Big Fenomeno, Materialicious, Pedal Consumption, Bless This Stuff, Yanko Design, Polkadot and Selectism.

↳February 2012
Packaging Structures design book published by SendPoints

Awards & Recognitions

↳December 2011
Awarded “Israel Star” by The Israeli Institute for Packaging & Design (IIPD) for Skeleton Packaging

↳October 2011
The Icon Festival exhibition showcasing chosen designs 2011 (Hebrew)


↳July 2011
Shenkar Visual Communication Dept. catalog
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