Problem: Design and re-imagine how the weather alert application looks on mobile devices. This application must still provide the user different shelter options and relative evacuation status.
Solution: Create a modern UI treatment of maps and CTA's that allow the user a simple flow to find desired weather information. This user flow helps the users find locations, shetlers and contact information quickly.
Visual Web Designers: Lead-Jonathan Riley & Arthur Charles Edwards
Problem: Reimagine the homepage for insurance members. This should update the interactions and layout of the page.
Solution: Design the homepage with simple and short CTA's that allow for content reveal. This allows the user to get desired dashboard overview and the option of retrieving more detailed information with one click.
Problem: Take a popular interior design company's website into the modern web design era. Find a way to update the web components that showcases their work.
Solution: Create a website that has a large emphasis on photography of the company's product. An emphasis on the mobile first design influenced the layout of the content and photography.
Working at the Harn Museum of Art has been simply fantastic. All the professional experiences have improved my flexibility as a designer. I was responsible for creating marketing materials and informational designs for the museum's events.
The end of my internship I took the opportunity to share my experience at the Harn Museum. I explained the design behind different projects and gave my own interpretation of the branding design. This allowed me to share various marketing ideas with the directors and other staff members. (You will see presentation as you scroll)
Designers: Arthur C. Edwards & Jill Vahlin
Problem: Re-design & update an introduction survey for new insurance members. This application’s main function is to gather high-level information about new insurance members.
Solution: Create a simple and dynamic interface that displays survey questions in a card format. The main concept of the redesign was based on gamification. This gamification concept helps the user feel empowered an involved in completing the survey.
Problem: Re-create the designated print magazine so that the content is easily viewable and accessible on an iPad.
Solution: Simplify the pages from the print magazine so that the content is viewable from a fixed location. This will allow the user to scroll through the photos without disrupting the text on each section.
Visual Designers: Arthur Charles Edwards
Developer: Michael Conrad
Problem: Create a new design for the healthcare providers landing page. This is located on the corporate landing page and should be an introduction of the user to different enrollment portals.
Solution: Design a landing page that has modern spacing and simplistic section design. This will allow the user to clearly find desired information and understand what content is designated to the different sections.
CITI UX DESIGN
The design work I produce with the UX design team consist of doing maintenance updates to the website. These updates consist of banner designs, landing pages, icon design and following style-guidelines of the company. Our primary goal is to empower citibank clients with the easiest and clearest experience within the website.
These are various logo/Icons for designs that I have created for diverse clients and projects.
These are various fine artworks projects that show the diverse amount of illustration styles I have developed.