Weld

Case Study

  • User Experience
  • Mobile UI
  • iOS Engineering

Weld is a proactive computing project. I am again working on a product category that I find exciting. We focused on a single (successful) vertical from our previous product, email. Email as a platform gets put into the public utility category, but it is rich with data that can make or break your day.

Osito

Case Study

  • User Experience
  • Mobile UI

Osito was the future of the digital personal assistant. The implications of that are huge. We tried to push users information right when they needed it. Contextual computing is the future of our interaction with our devices. It is a problem with nuanced implementation concerns. I’ve been thinking about proactive machines since college – it was incredibly fun work.

MIT SMR

Overview

  • User Experience
  • Mobile Web UI
  • Custom Icon Font

In the interest of keeping readers engaged, MIT’s Sloan Management Review undertook a project of massive proportions – moving all content to a uniform digital existence. I was brought in at the earliest stages of the project to work on the User Experience and Visual Design. I stayed engaged until the site was built. I handled all of the assets for the front end. That included creating a custom icon web font.

eBay

ebay.com

  • User Experience
  • iOS UI
  • Android UI

I had the opportunity to help design a slew of new features that were added to the eBay Motors apps (both Android and iOS). I worked in conjunction with their in-house designer team to wire-frame concepts for and deliver a pixel-perfect (ha) implementation of the Motors iOS app.

We also took the iOS app that we designed and brought it over to Android – this was an eye opening experience with respect to the differences between the two ecosystems. I really learned a lot about collaborating with a large team and the communication it takes to juggle separate engineering teams working on the same project.

Patient Pad

patient-pad.com

  • User Experience
  • Tablet Interface
  • iOS UI

The client came to me with an MVP that needed to be “skinned”. It was quickly agreed that we needed to re-architect some of the app based on feedback from users. I learned a ton about having a working prototype and getting your product into the hands of your users.

After ingesting all of the feedback we were able to get the revised prototype back into the hands of some testers. Again, getting almost instant user feedback was such an eye-opening experience. So much iteration, such solid feedback.