Carrier tasked us with taking an audit of their existing service technician apps with the hopes of consolidating them into a single app. Auditing and consolidating 10 different mobile applications is no easy task, and it was made especially difficult due to the nature of the applications. The apps were very technical, but had poorly-thought out logic. I had about a month to audit, design, and test a prototype to present a recommendation to the client. After a very successful round of testing, I came up with this solution, which gives service technicians the ability to easily look up a model and find all related tools, literature, and parts. I also developed a handoff guide for our developer partner.
Kith + Kin
Kith + Kin makes barnwood accents for homes that aren't actually barnwood. They give you the look you want without the mess, the splinters, and the hassle. Our creative came up with the name and branding, and I was tasked with designing the website. The team and I wanted the site to feel elegant and feminine while still being approachable and welcoming. We had a month the design and develop the site to help the client get ahead of their own tight deadline. I love how this site turned out, and I can't wait to see this brand take off.
Commuter App Prototype
Nashville is the new It City, which means traffic has gotten terrible. A local think tank met with various companies and entrepreneurs in the area to rapidly test ideas that could help ease the grid lock. Our team spent an afternoon using the NUF (new, useful, feasible) test to determine our direction. We ultimately decided to explore an option that made carpooling and riding the bus much easier. We divvied up the features to different teammates to sketch, which I then synthesized and developed into an Invision prototype. Our team took it to the next meetup to test, and we garnered a lot of interest and buzz around our concept.
I used the Wirey UI kit to create our MVP.
Crossville Inspiration Hub
Crossville makes beautiful tile, and they needed a way to display their photography, videos, and case studies for their audience. I wanted the photography to stand out and wanted to leverage the typography to create an elegant inspiration hub. It was essential that the case studies told a compelling story and were more than just photos on a page. I incorporated the samples that were used in the project, as well as a way for the user to add a sample to their cart.
Holler & Dash
Holler & Dash specializes in handcrafted biscuits. They have a modern southern charm and need their website to reflect their unique look and feel. We started with mobile designs and put a lot of focus on the menu. Most restaurant websites have poorly laid out menus, or they make the user download a PDF. We wanted our menu to be beautiful, but also be easy to browse.
We ended up winning a silver Addy and a judge's choice award for the 2017 Nashville Addy's.