UI Design

 

Aesthetics and Interactions

From the look & feel to the strategic plan for how the user will interact with the system. A successful interface combines visuals, content and function in a way that communicates, engages and facilitates.


 

Responsive Design

 

The initial design starts with the mobile design, then determining where additional elements can or should be added to the larger spaces like tablets and desktops. Additional elements could be supplementary content; such as the amount of details included in previews, or optional interactions; such as rollover states for images or text.

 

 

GA SalesforceGA Salesforce
A Custom UI was developed to fit the needs for the Upper Management at a Global Equity Investment Firm. The primary function of the app is to provide a direct access to the specific data housed in the standard Saleforce platform. The design utilized components from the recently released Lightning Design System to allow for quick development and backend integration.
GA SalesforceGA Salesforce
Form
1aPhone
1b Tablet - vertical
1c Tablet - horizontal
1d Desktop
 
Data Table
1aPhone
1b Tablet - vertical
1c Tablet - horizontal
1d Desktop

 

Native Mobile Apps

 

Mobile design allows user access to information and to engage in activities on the go. Design for each device is driven by the context with which the user interacts with it. Apps can enrich the user experience by information automatically by incorporating data from the users calendar, contacts, geo location or even heart rate.

 

Wii MoveWii Move
The visual design for the task flow for the challenges in the game-like Apple Watch fitness app had to meet specific standards of the Apple Watch Human Interface Guidelines, as well as integrate the Nintendo characters.
VenmoVenmo
The new task flow that would allow users to transfer funds to an organization had to intergrate seemlessly into the existing look & feel for the peer-to-peer payment app.

 

 

Front End Development

 

Tools to enhance online presence including websites, subsites, landing pages, HTML emails, online applications. Whether the goal is engagement, ecommerce, connecting a community or content presentation, the user interface creates the first impression for users.

 

BoardServeNYC

The sub site was created as part of an initiative to links nonprofit organizations with experienced volunteers as a part of NYC Service, Mayor Bloomberg's plan to increase civic engagement, volunteerism and support nonprofits within New York City.
 
The sub site had to serve two groups:
Nonprofit organization looking to strengthening their boards.
Candidates looking to join a board and receive training in nonprofit governance.

Goya Gives

The sub site was created to serve as the central hub for the campaign to raise awareness of Goya Foods' 75 anniversary, their community envelovement and their commitment to providing nutritious, delicious and cost effective foods.