Dweller is an iOS app that uses Facebook integration to provide users with roommate matches who they share mutual friends with.
A web portal for users to access their Dweller accounts (see Dweller for iOS).
Cues to Clips is a game similar to Apples To Apples, but with all of YouTube for options to submit to the player who is judging. Roles in the game rotate each round just as they would in the physical card game. Each group is equivalent to a continuous game, and each day starts a new round of that game. Players can have unlimited groups/games going at a time.
This is the second version of Cues to Clips I have designed. I designed the original UX and UI for Cues to Clips in 2013 and it was developed for Android by peers from Cal Poly: Kevin Nagaoka, Daniel Kwong, and Minh Nguyen. This version has not yet been developed.
Quantifit is an iOS interface for a concept product consisting of dumbbells and a jump rope that use motion detecting technology to track and record not only quantity of movement, but specific types of movement, such as the reps during a weight lifting session. Meanwhile, LEDs and speakers built into the gear alert a user of his or her progress during a workout. A user can zero in on personal workout data by year, month, week, day, or specific session, and also see how he or she compared to goals set. Collaborated with Meagan Haneke-Hopps.
Red-Eye Roasting Company is a comprehensive re-design of an identity system for a local coffee roasting company and chain of coffee shops. I created a family of logotypes, packaging, business system, website, and standards manual.
During my time as a Junior Associate at Rosetta Marketing Agency, I created these illustrations for blog posts on Rosetta's Currents page.
Illustrations created for one version of the annual summer intern t-shirt.
This custom lettering solution was designed for the agency's annual intern shirt, and was distributed to all Junior Associates agency-wide.