Snapshots of past projects to give you a feel for what I do.
A home page hero prototype I created for Voxie using Figma and After Effects. I was shooting for a simple, relaxed animation that quickly communicated what the company does. I also built the final version with CSS animations, HTML and a little JS.
After creating am SMS campaign, scheduling a follow up can significantly increase conversion. I thought it would be fun to create a tear-off ticket that changes into a form. My goal was to keep the callout minimal while still bringing some life into the UI.
I designed and built this iOS widget in SwiftUI to give users an easy way to track their meditation progress from their home screens.
Button designs featuring a glass effect that works across dark and light modes. Tried to balance simplicity and functionality with a little fun.
This tool was used for putting away garments back into inventory at a suit rental warehouse. I designed it to focus on one-handed use. Instead of typing locations, garment ids, user id, you use simply scan qr codes at each step and tap large buttons. A simple badge overlaid on the scan area tells you want to scan and if it was successful.
Designed and built a user requested feature for my meditation app, hour durations. Turns out people like to meditate a lot longer than I had anticipated.
Icon design for Stakburn, a flash card app. The core concept of stacked cards as flame was designed by a team member, Brandon Stephens. I fleshed it out with lots of textures, depth and gloss.
An early version of the Findicon website where I tried to recreate the aesthetic of Teenage Engineering hardware.
A little experiment. I was creating a toggle for a project and decided to push it into the crazy zone for fun.
I designed this logo for an app studio and decided to see what it would look like as an enamel pin style icon.
Client: The Web Workers
Gentux has a fit algorithm that can generate suit measurements very accurately from a few things like height, weight, and jean waist size. I decided to prototype how that could work as an app. The idea was that we could launch this as a simple standalone tool. If people found it useful, they might rent with us.
Client: Generation Tux