Hi, I’m George.
UI/UX Designer based in London.

In my professional life, I help companies all over the world with product thinking, design and html/css. My philosophy is to focus on user needs and expectations and balance them with business requirements and engineering complexity.

In my personal life, I try to be a good husband, keep up with a large list of TV shows and do as much walking as I can. Other things I enjoy are cooking (specially the chopping part), city breaks and an occasional good game.

Talk to me at hello@georgevintila.com or on Twitter, see my professional work on Dribbble or Behance and pieces of my personal life on Instagram.

What i’m proud of
My Work


Enjoy free experiences in thousands of places around the world!

key design focus
  • Clean sample discovery
  • Easy to use reservation system
  • Discover new free experiences
  • Leave feedback to businesses
  • View places friends have enjoyed


Put your content creators and users in one tool and get your story straight.

key design focus
  • Browse, search, filter, like corporate assets
  • Create your own story from documents
  • Distribute different assets for different teams
  • Keeep all documents up-to-date
  • Record, share and follow up on presentaions

LRV Sports and Recreation

Anyone who may have a horse or pony is welcome at one of the local associations.

key design focus
  • Upcoming competions
  • Filter events by type, horseriders and location
  • Browse regulations for profesional riders
I can help with

Concept, Build, Iteration

I start from the concept phase, working closely with product owners to make wireframes, user flows and prototypes. Then with developers in build phase up to release and iterate afte testing and user feedback.


Apps on all platforms, responsive websites and in general any type of display you can interact with. I can do simple, single purpose designs or complex dashboards/apps and can do it any way fits your team better, waterfall or agile.


I started learning HTML 5 and CSS 3 in order to make those great designs look the same in browser. I write clean and annotated code that respects standards and looks good on all break points.