Scope: Design the interaction for a mobile application that facilitates location coordination amongst large teams.
Role: Interaction Design Lead, Created motion prototype of application through Pixate. Designed UX and UI.
Scope: Design responsive mobile website for incoming CMU students to find housing on campus.
Role: Interaction & UI Designer
Scope: Leverage earth-based analog missions to prototype a system for astronauts on planetary EVAs. This system will be designed to help users balance geologic exploration and task execution with the goal of collecting usable scientific data.
Role: Research Assistant & Design Lead
Scope: Design a tool for surrogates in the ICU to improve their communication with doctors and help them in making difficult decisions.
Role: Qualitative Research Assistant & Interaction Designer.
Scope: Class project that aimed at creating an analog game with the restrictions that design the game to not use a board and that the audience would be blind for some portion of the game.
Role: Researcher & Visual Design
As a design exercise, I was given a prompt to make a user dashboard that would show statistics for the neighborhood leaders. Most styling was pulled from Nextdoor's existing style guide. All layout and positioning was created from scratch.
Some basic principles I like to have when designing dashboards are that you should always have an easy pulse-check indicator at the top. This is a quick 1-second glance to tell you the overall story. These kinds of things include progress bars, if there is a goal. The "total" of the most important unit that the audience will care about. In this case, Nextdoor is all about their community, so decided put engagement statistics at the top.
When I interned at SideCar during the summer of 2012, redesigning their website was one of my projects. Ride-sharing at the time was just in it's infancy stage. So we had to put a lot of content on the site that addressed safety concerns.
Role: UX Design & Code Implementation
This is a redesign I did for Fetchnote's homepage. We were going for a facebook-like landing page that serves the purpose of funneling users directly into signing in the web-app. Our goals were to show which platforms the service was available for, user testimonials, and social influence of the press. Fetchnotes kept this landing page for two years.