Navigation for Mobile and Desktop
Cardtrick is a web application written in Ruby on Rails that creates clean and simple flashcards, automatically, using comments in Google Drive. Download the Case Study: Developer write-up on Medium: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/card-trick-a-rails-project-254ed476e4a6 Developer Walk-Thru on Loom: https://www.loom.com/share/c7ef9ecf0ac647e8a5d34fec17b3b793 Photo Credits: https://unsplash.com/@sbk202 https://unsplash.com/@armedshutter https://theoutline.com/post/4436/google-classroom-education-free-software-children-school-tech?zd=1&zi=g6bjlakn https://unsplash.com/@alejandroescamilla https://unsplash.com/@luisviol
Refining Your Site Map With Card Sorting
Hand-sketched mobile and desktop navigation screens– on Southwest airline ticket paper.
Content Auditing: Dosh
This is a closed card sort for the IA related to the Tassel application. 7 participants, very straightforward evidenced produced and updated sitemap attached.
Mobile First Design
Dosh has raised 56 million dollars at a 240 million dollar valuation. The underlying product, however, seems to be relatively straightforward. There aren’t many screens to be designed or a wealth of features. The power of Dosh is in simplicity. Companies can set parameters for in-app promotions that are made available to users of specific credit […]
User Stories: Tassel
A mobile-first design plan for Tassel, a responsive web application that disrupts the data-driven higher education admission process.
Wireframing and Prototyping
On-Boarding/Sign-Up As a college-seeking student, I want to be able to interact with the web application without signing in, so that I can get a feel for the product before surrendering any personal information. As a college-seeking student, I want to be able to login win a social network I already use, so that I […]
Hand-Sketched Wireframes + Crazy 8’s Exercise View my first Adobe XD prototype here.