Throughout my entrepreneurial career, I really look a significant interest in the UX/UI Design aspect of my work. Design is a customer's first impression of any software, and arguably the most important piece. Creating easy-to-use software is something I take extreme pride in.
In my recent experience with UX/UI design, I was able to incorporate my understanding of technology to make decisions. I designed an interface based on backend functionality and company goals. I worked hand and hand with our development team to see what designs can become reality.
Consulted with a 7-year-old to build a video game concept from an idea. I enjoyed this project because I was given complete freedom. I was really able to get creative in design and branding. I believe this project represents my design style: simple yet effective.
VRezzio was my first experience with UX/UI design. I used this experience to learn the basics of design and where to get started. During this experience I learned the workflow of UX/UI Design, starting with an idea, building wireframes, and translating them to Sketch.
I created a video to explain the Rezzio Learning process to users who sign-up for the software. The goal was to give users an overview of the software before jumping into the program. Video, script writing, video editing, etc.
UX/UI design works hand and hand with the users, but there has and that is true. I bring an understanding for the software
I enjoyed this project the most because I was able to be creative and not thinking of how it would affect development. My biggest challenge when building Weekend Only Sports was keeping brand consistency. Our creative director was a 7- year old, so explaining color branding was often overlooked.