I'm a Toronto based UX / UI designer.

  • User Interface Design

    User Interface Design

    Making stuff look pretty one pixel at a time. From iconography & branding to web & mobile interface design.

  • User Experience Design

    User Experience Design

    Using the fundamentals of human-computer interaction, I help my clients map out information architecture and wireframe interactivity.

  • Responsive Solutions

    Responsive Solutions

    Creating an experience that spans across multiple platforms and scenarios is an integral part of any interactive design.

  • “Greg is one of these rare individuals, who is able to take a rough idea and very quickly and professionally convert it into a viable design, taking into account all usability and UX aspects of the product. Very detail-oriented and thorough while being a real artist, Greg always strives for the best possible UX and employs iterative approach improving the product with every round of feedback.”

    - Michael Aronzon

Who I am…

in case you were curious.

gregHi, my name is Greg Moore, I am a Toronto based Interface (UI) and Experience (UX) designer.

I pride myself on being an easy designer to work with. I understand the importance of communication and keep clients involved throughout the design process. I explain my ideas in a simple, easy to understand manner tailored each client’s varied technical expertise. I’m always accessible (read: e-mail junkie) and go the extra mile to exceed the client’s expectations.

I prefer to devote my energy to design rather than development, however, I understand the fundamentals of front end (HTML, CSS) and work with some fantastic developers so I can focus on the visuals and mechanics of interactivity.

I’m a friendly guy and I’m here to help you and your business thrive. My process includes (and is not limited to), researching target markets, competitive analysis, wireframing, prototyping, testing, and designing. I work with startups, digital agencies, small shops to enterprise companies looking to enhance (or develop) their brand.

I graduated with honors in 2012 from the George Brown School of Design post-graduate in Digital Design and was awarded the 2012 Advanced Digital Design Award.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you think we’d work well together!