eva EV infrastructure

I collaborated with R. Taylor Beeghly (motion design) and Jon Panichella (industrial design) on designing a concept for an electric vehicle infrastructure. We were thrilled to be working on creating a cohesive and intuitive user experience, from branding to the charging station and UI design.

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The project statement was simple, and open-ended: design an electric vehicle infrastructure. We worked enthusiastically on this largely self-guided project for 10 weeks. We got great industry professional feedback from Jeff Klein and Greg Mark, which helped us create a piece that pushed each of our personal boundaries, but was grounded in reality. Show Process

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The project statement was simple, and open-ended: design an electric vehicle infrastructure. We worked enthusiastically on this largely self-guided project for 10 weeks. We got great industry professional feedback from Jeff Klein and Greg Mark, which helped us create a piece that pushed each of our personal boundaries, but was grounded in reality. Download the process PDF»

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Haptics Interface + Strategy

A project to develop a user platform utilizing new haptic technology, and integrated seamlessly into the Android interface. The technology provided an incredible bandwidth of haptic feedback, and allowed us to design a useful and delightful experience. (Smart Design)

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Haptics Brainstorming
Haptics Sketches
The Plastic Bag Crisis

This in-progress project was inspired by the wastefulness and effects of plastic bags on the environment.
It will be an animation and a mobile app, acting as companion awareness and call-to-action pieces. Check back soon to view the finished product.

Plastic Bag Crisis Styleframe
Plastic Bag Crisis Styleframe
Plastic Bag Crisis Styleframe
Plastic Bag Crisis Styleframe
Plastic Bag Crisis Styleframe
Plastic Bag Crisis Styleframe
Plastic Bag Crisis Wireframes
Plastic Bag Crisis Storyboard
Plastic Bag Crisis Research
comparison of interactivity

A data comparison of the interactivity of various actions, ranging from an ATM withdrawal to brushing your teeth. We devised an undulating graph to entice the user to explore how different activities rank in interactivity. Project created in collaboration with R. Taylor Beeghly.

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This concept map was created to visualize the flow of the game and interaction between players. We began by developing a task analysis and game flow map, breaking down the game into the serve, rally, point, and win. We focused on events, actions, and feedback, with the rally being the focal point of what makes the game fun and challenging.
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Through hands-on research and mapping out the flow, rules, and variables of a typical game, we created a visual study of the game of ping pong. This piece details ping pong in terms of the user's experience, with the rally being the key point of interaction. Show Process

clo wine site redesign

This project consisted of brand and user research and a proposed site redesign for Clo Wine Bar in New York City. The full restructuring and redesign was primarily based on user testing and feedback. Show Process

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Clo Wine Bar's original website lacked visual hierarchy, and its aesthetic significantly varied from the bar's interior design. Goals included gaining a better understanding of the user base, integrating the aesthetic of the established in-store experience into the site design, and creating a more intuitive information architecture for ease of use.
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clo wine process

Clo Wine - Who We Are
Clo Wine - Events
Clo Wine - Members
Clo Wine - Contact
Clo Wine - Shop
Clo Wine - Shop Detail
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apple production work

While working at Apple, I was responsible for the visual design and production of various assets and layouts on the apple.com and retail site. In addition to visual design, I had the opportunity to work on the information architecture for a (not-yet-released) Apple iPad app.

Nom Nom Truck Infographic

The Nom Nom Truck is an LA-based food truck known for its cute "nomsters," and tasty Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches. This infographic emulates the truck's aesthetic, and was inspired by the food truck phenomenon prevalent in major cities across the US. Show Process

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The main touchpoints of this project were to design a timeline-based piece that included five different elements, and embodied the aesthetic style of the subject matter. The five elements displayed on the Nom Nom Truckテ不 infographic are: daily schedule, truck location, tweets, weather, and consumer traffic; each plays a role in the overall success of a food truck run.

Nom Nom Truck Infographic process

Nom Nom Food Truck Infographic
Nom Nom Food Truck Detail
Nom Nom Food Truck Detail
Nom Nom Food Truck Detail
CORV site research and design

Central Ohio River Valley (Food Guide), or CORV, a not-for-profit organization, came to our studio to with the task of transforming their print-only newsletter into a digital presence that would also expand their audience base. Show Process

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CORV presented an interesting challenge in the sense that they just weren't sure what they wanted from their website. We conducted interviews with local consumers and vendors to develop a cohesive user base. Designing for CORV was a great opportunity to explore how to create a site that appealed to and engaged a local community.
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CORV process

CORV - Home
CORV - Cooking Tips
CORV - Recipe Detail Page
CORV - Search Results