Together with Vlocity (Salesforce) we created a concept console for telecom administrators. For this particular project, we were tasked with creating a quick user flow around suspending a corporate phone account, paired with forward-thinking T-Mobile brand application. The designs were well received by the T-Mobile team and helped secure more work for the Vlocity team.
Designed at Redshift with Danielle Raynal (UX, Research)
CityNow, Panasonic’s smart-city arm is currently developing a futuristic neighborhood called Peña Station just south of the Denver International Airport. In order to manage all of the city’s assets, Panasonic is creating a dashboard that aggregates all of the lighting, parking, security and weather information. Redshift originally bided for this project back in 2016 but did not get the project. Midway through development, the Panasonic team came back to us and asked us to help redesign the existing visuals. My role was defining the new visual language and simplifying the existing designs.
Designed at Redshift with Lucy Dotson (UX), Lily Hu (Visual), Matt Rancatore (Visual)
Kaiser Permanente has over 9 million members in seven regions across the United States. Its doctors and hospitals have been ranked highest in quality of care because of the emphasis on prevention. The challenge was to redesign their flagship core app that put members at the center of the experience.The first phase included developing a creative direction and interaction model for the mobile app in addition to the Welcome, Sign In, L1 screens and the Menu. My role was leading the visual direction by establishing guiding visual principles and designing in parallel with another visual designer (Annie Wang).
Designed at Redshift with Annie Wang (Visual), Nick Kraly (UX), Bronwen Abbatista (UX), Diana Cheng (Research)
Art Director + Designer
Little Lotus is the newest product from the team at Embrace. Embrace started in 2008, in a class at Stanford University, where the co-founders were challenged to come up with an incubator that costs less than 1% the cost of a traditional incubator. After extensive research, they developed the Embrace infant warmer and have spent the last 8 years distributing these around the world. Little Lotus uses similar technology to the Embrace warmers to ensure that babies sleep at the perfect temperature. Our team was tasked with creating the app that goes along with the Little Lotus swaddle.
Designed at Redshift with Diana Cheng (Research), Johanna Silver (UX) Jennie Bowers (Visual), Steffan Schlarb (Visual)
Student + Studio Apprentice
Baltimore Print Studios is a public access, letterpress and screenprinting studio in Baltimore, MD, co-owned by Kyle Van Horn and Kim Bentley. The dynamic duo offers public workshops, hourly studio rental, design services, and commercial printing. As a graduate student at MICA, I was immediately drawn to the print studio and loved it’s community-minded mission. I wanted to learn as much as I could from these luminaries, so I applied to be a Studio Assistant (the first!). My duties involved cleaning…lots of cleaning. I organized trays of wood type, scrubbed paint off surfaces, and asked millions of questions. The opportunity left me with a greater understanding and appreciation of both typography and entrepreneurship.
Art Director & Designer
Western Union approached our team at Redshift to help them with internal alignment. A global company with offices around the world, WU wanted to create greater transparency among workers. Our team conducted a several day workshop at their Vilnius, Lithuania headquarters and as a result we created the following infographics. The graphics were then printed at large scale and applied to the walls throughout 6 floors of the headquarters.
Designed at Redshift with Diana Cheng (Research), Scott Lambridis (UX)
Visual Design Teaching Assistant
General Assembly makes continuing education cool. As the workforce and demands today are changing at a rapid pace, GA offers skills based classes and fosters strategic career connections. I was first introduced to GA as a student of their 12-week User Experience Design Immersive program. GA reached out to me after the completion of the program and asked if I would be interested in helping out with their newly started Visual Design class. General Assembly treats each of their classes like a product, and as a result each class was iterated upon and improved.
VIS 2 (February-March 2015) Instructors: Nicole Wang, Jon Ruiz
After graduating from MICA’s Post-Bacc Graphic Design Program, I lived in Jackson, WY and worked with a range of businesses, non-profits and individuals. One of my favorite parts of designing in Jackson was being able to contribute to the very fabric of the community in which I was living. It was also beneficial that—as a result of being one of the few designers in town—I was given incredible projects; political campaigns, film pitch decks, business branding, metal work design, restaurant installations. I am forever grateful for the wonderful people and relationships nurtured during this time.
Featured collaborations below: Michael Massie (AION, Studio6K), Maia Albers-Ouistinoff, Mackie Bushong, Scott Wood, Spencer Hirst (Western Range), Susan Thulin (CWC)
Redshift Holiday Card
Art Director + Designer
For our 2016 Redshift Holiday Card, we created an online cocktail generator. After answering four quick questions, users were treated to a tailored cocktail recipe complete with a short history, fun illustrations and accompanying music. My favorite part of this project was being able to tap the many hidden talents of my coworkers; illustration, copywriting, and music knowledge.
Designed at Redshift with Matt Rancatore (Visual), Matt Kissick (Visual), Ian Eck (Copy Writer), Andrew Fitzpatrick (Development & Music), Sasha Klein (Development)