UX Designer & Developer
Over the years I’ve put myself in the shoes of e-learning students, consumers, news readers, market traders, physicians and patients. Through varied industries, in design or code there is one constant. Empathy for the user is the origin of everything I create.
Here are some of my doings. Further exploration is available upon request
Est. 2015 - Ongoing
Daily Health Hub
This was the last project I worked on at Datu. The idea was a program delivery system that would allow physicians and program managers to push nudges to patients with specific illnesses.
I was involved from the conceptual design all the way up through development of the production code. The following screen shots are taken from the responsive prototype.
Datu Health was originally hired by one client to put a new, usable face on their physician and patient portals. The physician portal design evolved over 4 versions into what you see in these screen shots. These are taken from the coded prototype that we used for testing/feedback with physicians.
The other side of the one way mirror in the Datu equation is the patient portal. This serves as a patient's daily reflection of their health and provides access to communicate effectively with providers. Again these are taken from the prototype.
Patient & physician conversations
I managed the experience design and prototype development for this feature. We wanted to create a more familiar conversation interface for people who are used to social media messaging. This design draws inspiration from gmail, basecamp and facebook to present a familiar experience.
The physician side of the conversation design was purposefully kept in sync with the patient's view. This allows for more clarity in any verbal communication about the written messages.
This library served as a jumping off point for any developer creating a new layout. Designers could also pull from the library to create their wireframes. This led to a common language across the two teams and cut down on confusion in translation.
Link available upon request
Go Get It
Est. 2014 - Ongoing
Go Get It is a twitter account that I use to retweet interesting cars that are for sale on Craigslist nationwide. It is fed by many other twitter accounts that I have created for many different specific types of cars (@isjtin, @rarecars, @emaretoo). All of these accounts are fed by a node.js script that uses the twitter api and a web scraper named cheerio. Each car's data is stored in a mongo database so I don't post too many duplicates.
This makes me no money. But I do love to look at cars.
Est. 2017 - Ongoing
A node script using some very cool MLB APIs feeds a twitter account to tell followers when they can get a $1 McDouble sandwich at area McDonalds' because the Kansas City Royals have made a double play in a game.
Why? Well.. I get bored.
JP Morgan - iPhone
My first task working at Wall Street On Demand was to design an iPhone app to pitch to JP Morgan. This app would allow their investors to access their portfolios and make adjustments if needed.
This interactive visualization allows the user to quickly see which sectors gained or lost the most in market cap in a selected day. It can be played back to show where they stood throughout the day.
Markit Hub - iPad
I was responsible for gaining a complete understanding of what the current hub.com product provided on the web and translate that to the iPad while taking advantage of the interface to improve upon the experience.
These wireframes were my first step after sketching to start outlining ideas for the product.
I worked with a team of other designers to finalize the functionality and apply the UI to the app
I spent a lot of time working with another developer to create a working example of what we wanted to see on the dashboard of the app. The idea was eventually scrapped for that project but will be used for hub.com
In order to get an idea across to a white label client I had to make a quick video with keynote to explain a tap and hold interaction
Markit Hub - Web
Early exploration - Directory
We were trying to throw out really wild ideas against hub.com to see what stuck. These were a couple of my early concepts.
I drew these up to explain my idea for the interactive "hub bar" that would be the key element of the new hub.com design.
People were having a tough time grasping the idea of the hub bar from early wireframes so I decided to put it into code. This helped better explain the interactions and assisted me in finding gaps in the design that the wireframes did not cover.
Click around on the bar at the bottom of the page to discover all of the features. Be sure to try and chat with someone from the directory list. I even wired up how conversations would look.
Some samples of the branded UI created to show the new styles of hub.com and to explain the ideas behind hub "apps"
An internal project to improve our communication tools around prototype feedback and revisions. This system would allow users to select areas of a prototype and create a note about that section. They could also create tags and link the area to another prototype to create a simple interactive click through prototype. It's a lot like invision.com but.. you know.. never actually made into a product.
I wanted to create a tool for doing a task that we designers have to do all the time, measuring our designs for developers. I have lots of plans for this but it is currently in its infancy.
Mouse over the image and use the magnifier to click first on the end of your measurement. Find the end of the area to be measured and click again.