It’s easier to change ourselves than ask other people to change. I know AR is out of reach for some customers, so I thought how nice it would be to have access to a button that layered an assistive walking device image to product images. Nordstrom products shown. This isn’t an unsolicited redesign. Wanted to practice Adobe creative suite.
Yesterday a friend and I sat down to have brunch at local Seattle cafe. Not 15 minutes later Josh Lovejoy walks in to the room. Josh is someone who’s work I follow and deeply respect. Currently he’s works on AI Ethics and Society with Microsoft and before that he worked with Google on PAIR. My friend encouraged me to go introduce myself. It could be a professional opportunity if you’re interest. At 27 years old and not having my first fangirl […]
Practicing Adobe Creative Suite: John Bogle Four weeks into my prerequisites for school I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. At the time the two classes I needed to get through were Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. Both ten week classes, introducing me to a new software I hadn’t used before while adjusting to a body I didn’t recognize anymore. With arm crutches and good timing of my diagnosis I never missed a class. That said I didn’t retain a lot, […]
GROCERY STORE LAYOUT UX Fundamentals l Concept Design This is a second iteration on my UX Fundamentals project. My focus was changing layout and coding columns. Well, trying at least. ABOUT: August 2018 I had the opportunity to work on my first UX project at the School of Visual Concepts. My challenge statement was How might we quicken the grocery store shopping experience? Enclosed is a part of my design process with the project, including my original powerpoint if […]
Project Type: User Experience Interaction Design Skills: Competitive Research Personas Photo Journal Contextual Inquiry Inclusive Design Value Discovery Concept Development Storyboarding Tools: Excel Illustrator Pen and Paper Powerpoint Time: August 2018 Role: UX Researcher UX Designer Feedback: Find confluence between customers and stakeholders August 2018 I had the opportunity to work on my first UX project at the School of Visual Concepts. My challenge statement was how might we quicken the grocery store shopping experience? Enclosed is a part of my […]
Concept: This was a Typography Level One assignment. The goal was to create a magazine layout from an article of our choice. I took the assignment as an opportunity to visually test idea I had been sitting on, Amazon Prime Sustainable. In addition to the magazine layout, my goal was to capture a style and color palette that would entice a conversation. Something from Amazon that was familiar while incorporating something new. Color, assets and marketing as a translation or […]
This was an assignment for Typography Level One. Working with lists (recipes). I like the concept of baking for fine motor skills because unlike cooking, most of the tools are ergonomic and benign enough for my niece to use. “Fine motor skills are achieved when children learn to use their smaller muscles, like muscles in the hands, fingers, and wrists. Children use their fine motor skills when writing, holding small items, buttoning clothing, turning pages, eating, cutting with scissors, and using […]