There was already a prehexisting blog, but did not have any Better branding, nor spaces to promote Better's engineering team culture and opportunities. I was asked if I could restyle it, make it more "Better-y" and add callouts to current job openings.
I designed and coded a restyled blog for the engineering team. I took this project as a chance to play with the React Spring animation library. I also had a chance to play more with large text, white space and monochromatic color pages, a good break from the data dense view of Better's internal web app, where I would spend most of my time instead.
To pitch a partnership between Better Mortgage and Tesla Solar Roof, I was asked to design and build this landing page with an interactive calculator.
Starting from a rough wireframe and a basic calculator, I crafted the page, adding few animation triggering on scroll. To make the calculator engaging, we enhnaced it with an interactive animated roof. The page was very liked and help the two company reach an agreement on the ongoing partnership.
To replace a less customizable TypeForm used by the marketing team, we prototyped a new form / flow experience. The objective was to test large typeface and UI. If the UI would have proved effective, we would have redesigned the onboarding flow in this same style.
Starting from a rought wireframe and some initial design, I crafted and prototyped UI, animations and end landing page.
When I joined, the homepage hadn't been updated in a while. The company's marketing was playing with circular shapes, brigther colors and white space, so I decided to take inspiration a redesign the site.
I redesigned and coded the website, landing pages, FAQ and blog. I tried to break free of too much use of cards, drop shadows, boxes and border. I played instead with white space, more colloquial copy, friendly and bright colors.
NexHealth is a CRM for doctor’s office. It allows appointment booking, patient messaging, automatic appointment reminders, detailed analytics, marketing emails, interactive forms and surveys.
As first and only design hire for a small 10ppl startup, for a year I designed everything UX / UI / Frontend. From a Web app, to an iPhone app, to a Marketing website, automated Emails, Newsletters, Logo, Swags, Pitch Decks, Business Cards and more…
From conception to design to final production code. Technologies I used include HTML5, CSS3, CSS Animations, AngularJS, Ionic, SCSS, Git & Github, Gulp, Sketch, Photoshop.
Uniqlo has just launched in the US with an e-commerce platform designed by razorfish. It was a great success, so the client asked to beef it up so that could be rolled to all the other countries and become a global platform.
I iterated most of the components, only half of which made it live. I stress tested them against other languages and complex business requests.
I am building a website (www.tubedatabase.co) using HTML5, CSS3, PHP (Kirby CMS) and GitHub. I am very excited of my new found coding knowledge. I finally feel I can build what I design.
For TubeDatabase, I mostly design straight in code. I have a to do list of features I would like to have, and periodically launch some successfully. I architect content blueprints, write content and moderate comments. I monitor analytics and improve google ranking. There are plenty of illustrations I am planning to add, but functionality will come first.