Personal, Creative and Collaborative.

I design User Interfaces and User Experiences (UI & UX) for mobile, tablets and desktops. Apps, Websites, Saas & Games.

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About Me

My name is Mike Hince and I have over 15 years of experience within the design industry. I design User Interfaces and User Experiences (UI & UX Designer) for mobile apps, web apps, websites, games and digital software. I work with startups, tech focused businesses and big brands worldwide and love what I do.

My design style is clean, modern and most importantly functional. I like to work closely with my clients, their teams and together create the best products for their budget.

I work remotely from my home studio in the beautiful town of Shrewsbury, England.

I believe in excellent user experiences, beautiful interfaces and project management with a dash of personality.

Design is more important than ever these days, with UI and UX being hot subjects among businesses and startups. Image is everything and big brands such as Google are investing more and more in design to prove they are at the top of their field, this is where I can help. Having a quality product can make the difference you need to land that dream client or be discovered on the AppStore.

When I’m not designing for clients, I create my own digital products. Previously I’ve released Directional Dash, a gem-matching puzzle game for the iPhone and iPad that gained 50,000 downloads and Howler, a collaborative job writing site which grew to 100,000 submissions.

Contact me today for an informal chat about your requirements.

Please note: My role is purely the visual design, focusing on creating the look and feel of your product. If you just need someone technical to make your app or website work I can put you in touch with some great developers that I collaborate with regularly.

I’ve found that this way of working means that the service you receive is from experts in their differing fields, meaning you get a quality product at a cheaper price compared to expensive agencies and “one-stop-shops”.