Snapshots of past projects to give you a feel for what I do.
In depth breakdowns of my design process and results.
I added a "finish early" feature to Zenti, a meditation timer. It allows you to end your meditation before the timer goes off and still save the time you already spent. This demos some of some of the effort I put into fine tuning the animation and placement in the UI.
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.
Toggles for showing and hiding sections of a workflow builder. Made the hit targets the same size as the buttons so the lines are easy to click. Hover state works on the same hit area giving you visual feedback that the sections can be toggled.
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.
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
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