We're a small digital design studio from Belgium, established in 2015. Our team is passionate about crafting digital products and services that help people in their daily lives.
Marina Rizo works remotely from sunny Barcelona. Her skills combine design and audiovisual, all mixed up with a deep passion for interactivity and user experience. When not reading comic books or thinking about dogs, you can find her watching (too many) TV series.
Johan Ronsse is a self-taught user interface designer with over twelve years of design experience. He is obsessed with finding the balance between aesthetics and usability. These days he can be found behind his sim racing rig when he is not busy with politics.
Emily Van De Walle studied Digital Business and has a huge interest in everything digital. She has a focus on design and front-end technologies and is always eager to learn new things. She was born and raised in Ghent, but is forever in love with Barcelona. In her free time she enjoys doing yoga and loves cats.
Fanny Benisek is a UI designer and developer who studied web design before taking a detour getting a degree in Japanese. Having both design and development experience allows her to focus on technical and user-centered aspects of projects. She enjoys making lino print art, taking care of her plant collection and traveling.
Charley Drover is our Sales & Marketing Specialist. Charley hails from Scotland and now works remotely from Brussels. She has a passion for abstract art and user experience too. If not painting or cooking some Italian classics you’ll find Charley teaching yoga somewhere.
Eva Jacobs is a designer at Mono. She loves to mix up design and front-end development to keep things interesting. Next to work, she enjoys exploring new restaurants and you can always please her with a Netflix recommendation.
Xavier Bertels is a designer and managing partner at Mono, where he helps companies deliver simple, useful & beautiful digital products. He lives and works in the Digital Haven of Belgium: the beautiful city of Ghent. Design, tea or martial arts are good conversation starters.