Kasia Bedkowski is a product designer currently working at Cash App. Previously Square & Everlane.

She's also a photographer that is inspired by light nature, and authenticity.

Open for freelance.
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2017-present
I'm a product designer currently based in Vancouver, Canada. I strive to create intuitive, accessible, and visually-compelling designs that can live amongst a variety of platforms and emerging technologies.

With a background in graphic and brand design, I'm able to lend a strong creative perspective on elements such as typography, visual hierarchy, and building out design systems. I equally enjoy understanding data (both qualitative and quantitative) and facilitating user research, and finding ways these can be leveraged to identify opportunities and create impact.

My current role touches every aspect of the UX design process. Including defining UX strategy, facilitating user research, gathering and analyzing quantitive and qualitative data, user flows, wireframes, and partnering with engineering to understand potentials and limitations.

Freelance—

I love meeting new people and working together to bring a vision and brand to life. I truly believe that the best design-driven products are built as a team in an environment in which creativity flourishes, risks are taken, and collaboration is encouraged. If you have a project in mind or just want to say hello please send an email to kasiabedkowski@gmail.com

Extra—

I’m a curious person by nature and am always working on learning something new, whether it be through a class, workshop, or simply just a good book. I also believe that a life well-lived is through finding balance and simple pleasures in the outdoors—on trails, the water, even a tiny balcony—and very much off-screen.

I love mentoring other creatives and always find time to share my insights and learnings about the design industry. I believe that by providing individuals with the confidence to see their full potential they will be better able to unlock new opportunities and tap a creative side of them they often may not have known existed.

Courses

BrainStation: Digital Leadership & Innovation Certificate
General Assembly: Front-End Web Development
UC Berkeley Extension: Information Architecture & Content Strategy