I designed a UI style guide from scratch to help our client, DSC, to have a more cohesive look in their apps. We worked with their internal team to discover their style and elements they were looking for in addition to the standard ones that come in a style guide.
The end result is modern, clean and easy to use. This style guide has been applied across a few apps, and has greatly improved work flow for employees.
A cross between boxing and CrossFit, this app allows users to select workouts, track their statistics, join camps and set goals. This was a pre-existing app that had been developed for trainers of BoxFiit. I came in and designed the UX and UI for the Fighter portion of the app. It was fun utilizing only a few colors and really punching up the cool factor with bold typography and imagery.
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I am currently designing an app where FedEx pilots can track their trips. Right now, pilots have mountains of papers to keep track of flight releases, hotels where they're staying, what kind of aircraft they're flying and more. We are streamlining that process to make it easier for them to know where they are in their trip, and what they can expect to do next. Trips are often a few days to weeks long, so having something for them to track their travel for them will greatly improve their ability to do their jobs.
We incorporated a day mode and a night mode to better allow pilots to see this app at different times of day.
I designed a a healthcare app where users can easily view their health dashboard with the most up-to-date information, check their balance, view plan members and more. It was extremely important to create a clean, easy-to-follow app where the target audience can quickly access their ID cards and search for providers.
AstraZeneca created a website called Fit2Me where users with diabetes can track and plan their health with tools. Tools like meal, activity and medicinal planning. They wanted their website to be converted to an app, which is where I came in. I was one of a few designers to touch this project; I was tasked with redesigning the coach dialog screens which educate the user on how to customize the app to them. I also designed onboarding screens which demonstrated how to use certain sections of the app after customization was over. The end result is a bright, modern and fun experience that clearly explains how to move through the app and get the most out of it.
A healthcare portal design where users can book classes, appointments, buy packages and monitor their health via an interactive dashboard.
A real estate development company was in need of an internal app. They wanted the ability to view their current properties and projects separately while also keeping track of messages in their inbox. I came up with color-theming in order to better distinguish between the three categories. Design was done for both iOS and Android phone platforms. The end result is a clean, simple and easy to navigate app.
OMNOVA Solutions is an international chemical company whose website needed brought into the modern age of web design. This project was run using the agile process with my role being the lead UI Designer. Overall, this project took months of hard work being that the website needed a complete overhaul. Sitecore was utilized as the CMS system and Bootstrap was the responsive grid system we chose. This is the biggest website I've ever designed and really had a hand in not only UI but UX as well.
The overall tone I created was clean, simple, modern and easy to read—a far departure from what once was a confusing website.
I worked on mobile comps for the redesign of AAMC.org for students. The UI was created by my fellow Celerity designer Alex. I took what he started and created most of the mobile layouts for the site. Also attached is a pattern library I created for our developers to denote functionality.
FutureDerm is a skincare company based in Pittsburgh. They were in need of a packaging and label redesign for their retinol and caffeic serum. The company wanted a clinical feel to their product because their focus is heavy on the science behind skincare and beauty. I created a clean design with a touch of silver foil stamping to add some elegance.
Since developing this design for them, they've taken it and applied my work to their new products. Check out their products here.
The Girasole's Italian restaurant was in need of a rebrand to bring their menus and website into the new millenium. Girasole is a fun, family-friendly Italian restaurant located in the trendy Shadyside neighborhood. They were looking for a colorful, beautiful design that would appeal to their wide range of customers.
I thought a hand-painted approach would bring warmth and character to their business. I spent a good amount of time painting all of the Italian on the three menus and website (Wine, Lunch and Dinner). The overall effect I think speaks well not only to their business but to their family as well.
I had the privilege of designing all of the Dick's Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon participants shirts again this year. The design includes Men's, Women's, Kids, Pet, and all volunteer shirts. This year, I focused on the Birmingham bridge and chose bright colors to compliment the shirt colors (navy and teal). I wanted the design to be bold, bright and eye-catching so they'd really stand out in photos and to spectators.
Marathon photos of participants by Don Wright, Pete Madia, Jason Cohn, Chuck LeClaire
I created an invitation suite for a friend of mine getting married. The bride gave me full rein to do whatever I wanted, but I had to include green and purple as the main colors. I rarely get the chance to paint, so I did watercolor on the invite and RSVP card front and back. The bride also loves flowers and I wanted to incorporate some foilage and flowers in a whismsical way. In the end, I think the effect is very pretty and eye-catching.