A senior-level Visual, UI, and UX Designer, I utilize user research and design protocols to create outstanding products that are intuitive to users and beautiful in their simplicity. This work includes Visual, UI, and UX design from end-to-end.
At OpenHouse we've built a simple, unique, and beautiful experience to help you find your dream home. Creating home search, agent search, and market trend platforms, we dig into local data to give you an accurate understanding of the neighbourhood you're interested in. We can go as far as telling you the type of car your neighbours typically drive, what they watch on tv, and what books they read.
Utilizing clustering we built an algorithm that allowed us to show every listing within an area on the map. This, combined with infinite scrolling and a powerful sorting option gave the user the ability to see the busiest neighbourhoods in a given area.
As you zoom into the map pins appear. These pins let you know the home type and price right away. On hover you can see a photo carousel and more information about a specific home.
Homes can be filtered so that you're getting exactly what you want.
Users can then dig into the listing page for detailed home information, photos, as well as school, crime, trend, and neighbour information.
With the market trends platform users can search for a specific address and get in-depth data for the neighbourhood around it. Buying? Selling? Investing? Knowing the way a market is trending can make ensure you're making the right decision.
Meta.com is a scientific journal amalgamator that uses AI and data science to find and serve up relevant research papers that relate to your specific field of study. Scouring millions of papers for detailed information, the platform lets users follow very particular fields and know immediately when something new has been published.
With your focused feed we serve up exactly what papers you need for your research. With powerful controls you can expand or zoom in on very exact fields.
You'll get detailed information on the paper and with authorization, you can access the content right in the Meta platform.
You can even get details about the lab that published the paper to ensure they're reputable and have impacted your field of study.
I also created the logo and branding for Meta, utilizing bright colourful, microscopic photography.
Wireframe example when the company was called Sciencescape, before rebranding into Meta.
The Business News Network is the premiere business channel in Canada. This native iOS and Android application serves up market information and related business news as well information about the network's many columnists and analysts.
Here you can see your landing page, offering up relevant stocks and commodities as well as the top news stories that day.
This interactive chart lets you explore stocks in-depth. Giving you the power to select specific dates to see how the stock has fluctuated.
Example of the wireframes and documentation created for BNN.
Wutzwhat is a native iOS and Android travel application that curates restaurants, services, and experiences throughout North America. It can be overwhelming when going to a new, big city so Wutzwhat takes a white-glove approach and finds the best places and services, ensuring you have the best experience.
Brand, UI, and UX work for an early-stage startup in Berlin. Their goal was to create a DIY app for for people into decorating, home repairs, furniture design, and a host of other projects. With feminine and bright colours, this native iOS app was made to share fun projects with your friends.
Utilizing integrated shopping lists and driving to outside vendors, this app had a built-in e-commerce aspect for every project.
User could follow specific DIYers, building the brand and creating celebrity style interaction on the platform with commenting and sharing.
Creating the brand, UI kit, and basic-level user experience for theChef.co was a fun and hunger-inducing project. Built for a company pitching the idea in London, I had free reign to create a world built by chefs for cooks at home. With beautiful photography and easy, sumptuous recipes, the app kept users coming back every day to see what else was just published.
Concept & Motion
These works were created mostly for pitch-decks to VC's for funding. My work with early stage startups has given me the luxury to design with flash and entertainment in mind, leaving behind the complexities that come with real user experience testing and creation.
Utilizing After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator I've created these photo-realistic and motion graphics that capture the attention of the viewer.
Created for a weather and moon phase app, this little animation sets the tone and branding for the overall application.
Built for a music streaming iOS and Android application, the dark, masculine overtones were a nice juxtaposition to the bright, sometimes campy band photos that accompany the music.
This music application was conceptualized with a retro-future look. Meant to play files stored directly on the phone, this simple and cool look was a throwback to Braun designer Dieter Rams.
An ipad app drum machine, this app used a simple structure with pops of colour to help users create cool beats based off analog technology. The design allowed users to program complex beats and export them to cloud storage.
This app icon was created for a company that built an "analog tape" application that would add warmth and tone to your music.
Created for a golf course booking app, this photo-realistic icon really stands out on your iPad or iPhone.