Natalia Biegala

UX/UI Designer

Hi, my name is Natalia, and I am a recent Typography and Graphic Communication graduate from University of Reading. My academic background has equipped me with exceptional problem-solving skills, which I have gained through my experience in various areas of design, such as editorial, information, UX/UI, and type design. Over the years, I have worked and collaborated with people from various backgrounds, which has helped me strengthen my teamwork and communication skills. As a result, I am confident in my capacity to contribute meaningfully to any project.

Verdau responsive webapp
In today’s day and age, there’s no shortage of articles and resources on the internet offering people tools and advice to help them lose weight. But not everyone wants to lose weight. For those who want to gain weight, finding reliable resources on how to reach their goals can be harder to come by.
Unlike many existing apps/web apps, Verdau is designed specifically for people who are trying to gain a few kilos. It aims to help people reach their nutritional goals by providing them with a personalised meal plan as well as tools to help them track their progress.

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VERSUS Newspaper

VERSUS is the official League of Legends e-Sports newspaper, designed by and for the LoL community. The paper appears at LoL Esports events such as the League of Legends European Championships and the League of Legends Worlds events. 


At the moment, all e-Sports news appears on a website that includes news from different events. VERSUS provides readers with a collection of the latest news relevant to the event they are attending. Unlike its website counterpart, the newspaper features exclusive interviews as well as in-game rewards, specifically for those who attended the e-Sports events. 



nu food delivery app

nu is a mobile app designed to help people with special dietary requirements to order food online that best suits their needs. Unlike many existing food delivery apps, nu allows users easily view the nutritional information of each meal, as well as uses visual cues to signal to the users what food is safe for their specific dietary requirement. The app achieves this by adding a few extra steps during the sign-up process, where users can define whether they have any health and religion-related dietary requirements. 

Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading
BA Graphic Communication Flux degree show 2023