The client is from a small European nation that needed pre-programmed medical services. He also wished it to extend to the Apple Watch platform. I handled concept development, design, copy editing, asset development, and production management.
This social connection app needed an interface that was quick to grasp and fun to use. The audience is college students who might want to chat in new and unexpected ways. The clients loved the bubby linterface.
This is one of the biggest apps I've ever created, at more than 80 screens! It's a very data heavy app, but it needed to communicate quickly and be fun to use. The clients were very pleased with the execution and the presentation of the information in a quick, digestible format.
I out-designed stiff competition for this job, and the client is delighted. It allows parents to monitor—and have limited control—their children's use of iOS and Android devices. I designed and built all aspects of this app, from logo to wireframe to all assets, including the "night sky" gradient that moves downward the longer the app is in use, simulating nightfall.
This app went through multiple iterations (and at least two development teams) to arrive at a beautiful and workable solution. I was heavily involved in concept development, design, copywriting, asset production, and production. The client is very happy with the end result.
The goal of this UI design was to enable aircraft control and communicate crucial information quickly—without interfering with the remarkable experience of flight.
Conceived by an artist, this app was designed and brought forth by me and a project manager. It needed an interface that managed its somewhat complex demands, while still being easy for distracted artist types to use. (I can say that since I'm an artist too.)
The purpose of this app is to help businesses track their security assets and investments. The client and development team loved the clean, simple execution of a potentially complex app, as well as the "techy" feel of the interface.
The client needed a way for home health care workers to track healthcare needs for specific clients. They loved our solution for a simple, clear design and our ideas for easing communication between healthcare providers and the home office.
Built from the Twitter user's perspective, this app builds on the sharing experience by a clever twist that allows users to find new friends quickly.