I am a UI/UX Designer living in Austin, Tx. I specialize in designing and building beautiful responsive web experiences. This wordpress website uses a child-theme of the Twenty Seventeen theme that I created myself.
FAQs: Who are the users and what are their goals? What are the business goals? How is the product going to be used? What are the constraints?
What does the user See, Do, Think, and Feel? Time to take the research and find the common pain points amongst the target users.
Let’s solve those problems in a creative way. Post-its, collaboration, and exploration of solutions happen here. It’s my favorite part!
Pencil, meet paper. Marker, meet whiteboard. Sketching the layout and structure of the product helps put the ideas into motion.
Time to see the framework come together, add some visuals, and make it all interactive to see the new product in action.
Test…Refine…Repeat. This agile process of testing as you go, helps designs progress while allowing changes early in the process.
Objective: Create three snapchat geofilters for students to use to promote the food delivery company, ClusterTruck. Create graphics that students can use when they are up late studying, reuniting with old friends, and making new friends. I did my usual process of researching and finding inspiration. Fortunately, the company already had marketing standards I could …
While acting as the Lead Designer for TripChamp I created a UI/UX style-guide for the remodel of the app. It covered everything from basic color and font choices to grid and module layouts. I wanted to make everything modularized to give consistency to the user as well as easy modular implementation for the development team.
Tripchamp wanted to update their homepage to be more sales focused.
When I applied to TripChamp, I was given a design challenge. Use the existing design components to create a walkthrough for the “Grab” feature.
I was tasked with creating a walk through of how Walmart might implement the Tripchamp functionality within their own website.