Podcast Playlists is a Spotify feature that I designed in my Interaction Design class. I noticed that I switch between music and podcasts frequently during my commute and wanted an easy way to create a single playlist that contains both.
Research Methods: Self-monitoring, Data Analysis/Visualizations, User Interviews, Persons, Journey Maps, Rapid Iterative Testing
The Impact Calculator is an iPad application that I designed in my Design Methodologies class. Through primary and secondary research that I conducted in a team of 3, I identified an area of opportunity to design for. The primary focus of this project was to explore a variety of new research methods.
Research Methods: Secondary Research, User Interviews, Subject Matter Expert Interviews, Surveys, Usability Testing
Tools: Paper prototypes, Sketch, Principle
As an intern at BlueJeans Network, an enterprise video communication software company, I designed many features and frameworks for the next generation of the desktop application. My two most notable projects were designing a notification framework and the first time user experience.
Tools: Sketch, Usability Hub, After Effects, Principle, Sketch Measure
Contributions: User Research, Market Research, Information Architecture, Visual Design, UX/Framework Design, Prototypes, Animation, Specs/Engineering Handoff
This Infographic + App duo are designed for SNL fans to learn more about the cast of the show. The infographic was designed first, and went on to inspire the application.
Tools: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, Sketch, Framer
Visions Revisions is a book designed by students about the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP). In a team of two, Jared Ziegler and I redesigned the book's system to address existing pain-points and represent what DAAP is today.
Tools: InDesign, Photoshop, Camera
This poster series is designed to advertise a hypothetical exhibition series about three social disruptors: Malala Yousafzai, Martin Luther King Jr., and Mahatma Gandhi.
This poster is designed to advertise a hypothetical lecture by the late Adrian Frutiger, standing as the first of a series.
Tools: Scanner, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects
Recognition: Graphis New Talent 2017 Silver Award