Eryc S.

Eryc S.

UI Designer @ Open Sauce in Brazil


I’m a UI Designer & Coder, passionate about learning — especially about how things work, and how people think.

✖︎ What I know how to do:

Design beautiful interfaces and websites that connect people's needs with organization's goals.

✖︎ What I've done:

7 years of UI and Web Design for agencies, startups, and organizations all around the world.





Open-source minimalistic bill tracker for those who despise tracking microtransactions.



Only Diary was an appointment app for self-employed people that unfortunately never launched.

Scope: strategy, copy, design, and dev.


Work Experience

2022 — Now

Helping open source maintainers and contributors get insights that matter.

2021 — 2022
Remote (US)

Rare Edition wanted an easy-to-edit website without making compromises on the way it looked and felt. I worked together with their designer to build a great experience for their customers.

2021 — 2021
Remote (US)

I was briefly hired at Broker Genius as a consultant to build a design language for them. I worked closely with a fellow front-end developer to create accessible and visually beautiful interface components.

2020 — 2021
Remote (US)

Yoko is a marketing agency focused on associations. They provide web tools that empowers their customers to build from it easily.

At my time there, I learned a lot about teamwork, and leadership. I was responsible for designing websites, and interfaces, as well as working some CSS magic to make sites prettier.

2017 — 2019

I freelanced for a little les than 3 years, working with companies from Brazil, Canada, the United States, UK, Spain, and other places around the world.

During that time I developed my design, copywriting, marketing, and sales skills. It was a wonderful time of growth and chaos.

2017 — 2019

Mentores Online is a project that aims to distribute short documentaries about the lives of successful entrepreneurs.

I was in charge of the website, the social media images, and also of filming a lot of the movies.

2015 — 2017
Web Developer at Clint.

In the first few months, I was responsible for email marketing, and inbound marketing landing page development.

As I've gotten more confident with code, I was assigned more and more website projects. Our stack was very agency-like, using visual builders with WordPress, and then later switching to Hugo CMS.