Phone and tablet app platform used by Sprint, Boost and T-mobile.
Responsible for visual fine tune development coding (XML/Android Studio) and some additional design (coding on three of the top four examples and design on the fourth).
Worked on the desktop version of the app doing wireframing and interaction design.
Illustrated for in app use and designed app icon alternatives.
The e-commerce app got a facelift for both iOS, Android and Windows phones and tablets.
I art directed and project managed the marketing photo shoot and design and recruited photographer and models from internal staff.
Magellan is a shopping app that learn the customers taste, needs and preferences from browsing patterns. The most desirable results are then presented in a catalog form.
Listed are mock up screens and wire-frames.
Note interaction video animatics down below: created to quickly communicate the graphic and animation intentions and served to get the engineering team on the same page and shared vision. We were able to have a more focused and tangible discussion based on these shared visuals.
Price Matcher is an app for store clerks to quickly be able to match prices from other stores without having to involve a supervisor or manager.
Role: lead designer, illustrator
In order to diversify and find new revenue streams the company decided to sell their infrastructure as a platform service.
After brainstorming around how to communicate the different aspects of the work we decided that illustrations would be the clearest way to show the, sometimes, complex service flows.
The team was partially located at the headquarters in San Mateo, CA, but also at the satellite office in Chicago.
A spruce up of Studio 23's site. The final example ended up being the client's pic.