I’ve let my personal portfolio slide for too long. My previous portfolio dated back to mid 2009. Finally, during my current switch in hosting providers, I felt this was a good time to begin working on an updated one. Part of the process is to create case studies for each of my recent projects. It will take a bit, but it’s something I can finally dedicate some time to. I went with an extremely simple interface. Why don’t I show off my talents you ask? Simple. On my personal site, I can show how much I believe in – you guessed it, simplicity. By limiting the interface, I’ll be able to focus more on the content. And he content speaks for itself, as any good portfolio should allow the work to do. So, please bear with me while I get this site populated. And check back often. N For real tho. Let’s do some more things, ok? Ok, so I think I’ve got most of this sorted now. Not entirely sure though.
We helped the Climate Registry design a better web-application to receive, process and visualize greenhouse gas emission reports from major companies across North America. The UX design has increased usage, report submissions and data accuracy and has reduced administrative costs across the entire organization. PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS Product Analysis Information Architecture & Sitemapping Prototyping Rebranding Web Application UX/UI
Working directly with the team at Warp Academy, I helped them develop a completely new brand, a new website/web application, and a new direction. Since my addition to the team, they have seen sales skyrocket and have never looked better. Project Highlights Needs Assessment Information Architecture & Sitemapping Rebranding Web Application UX/UI Web Development / Staging Environment eCommerce
Working with One Net Marketing, we helped eBilllity reinvent its web-based time tracking product by redesigning the entire user experience including a new site, product interface and a full suite of mobile applications. eBillity.com had a great idea, and a lot of clients. But their software didn’t meet their vision. With One Net, we gathered customer feedback in forms, user reviews, and requests to the customer base. And then we got to work. eBillity’s most important goal, was to get users in the door – so we started with a revamp of their website. As the front facing image of the software, it was hugely important for it to look the part. And more importantly, to convert. Psst. The timer to your left shows how long you’ve been on this page. Ready to track it? The concept is based around time. Being time tracking software, your clients will be those in charge of logging the time. What better way to hit the subject home, with reminding the customer of how much time they are spending on the page – and that it’s recordable. PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS User Feedback Surveys Needs Assessment Information Architecture & Sitemapping Prototyping Rebranding Web Application UX/UI IPhone & Android UI/UX