Trōv Web App
The Trōv web app is a light-weight web application built to help consumers ensure their prized posessions. This project utilized an internally-developed UI framework that ensured consistent styling throughout sections and components, speeding up development time by taking the guesswork out of the finer points of the app's look-and-feel and assisted us in addressing a variety of interesting issues that arose when buidling out across multiple locales/markets (UK, Australia, and the United States).
Loan Finder is a public-facing tool that enables consumers to research mortgage options. This was developed in coordination with a designer, in accordance with corporate stylistic guidelines, which lent itself to collaboration on the look and feel of the application.
SteelSeries Engine 3
SteelSeries Engine 3 is a completely new desktop user interface designed to control gaming hardware, built from the ground-up in Electron, leveraging native web technologies (HTML, CSS, JS) for styling and interaction. I worked closely with a team of designers to develop a robust style guide and set of wire-frames to ensure that all applicaiton states and controls were taken into account and applied consistently.
SteelSeries Engine 2
SteelSeries Engine 2 was a cross-platform .Net desktop application that allowed the end-user to configure they SteelSeries gaming hardware, such as mice, keyboards, and headphones. It supported dynimcally-applicable, branded skins which offered me much latitude to try out my ideas on a variety of controls and inputs, while challenging me to stay within the established brand styles and specifications of the creative director.
EmmiMobility is a mobile-web oriented product that enables patients to view their prescribed Emmi programs on-the-go. The design process of the application was a highly-collaborative effort involving mutliple teams and contributors, including the Chief Creative Officer, to ensure that the application's design was flexible enough to work across a wide range of devices, affording for differences in the capabilities and resolutions of smart phones and tablets.
TryEmmi is a marketing application that provided Emmi's prospective partners with the ability to take Emmi's programs for a test drive. I was provided with a general style guide and a great deal of freedom in implementing the interfaces as I saw fit, while staying within branding parameters.
ViewEmmi is the updated version of Emmi's flagship desktop web experience that provides informational presentations regarding medical procedures to patients. The general look-and-feel had been previously established by EmmiMobility and TryEmmi, so I was able to leverage existing assets to accelerate development and exercise a great deal of flexibility in designing and building user-friendly forms and interfaces.