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Gaming App UI

For this project, I was tasked with designing a vintage-inspired baseball app. The process started on paper, drawing low-fidelity wire-frames based on the verbal requirements from the developer. From there, I moved my sketches into Sketch, where I began iterating with composition, color and typography.
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Healthcare Illustration

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I began the process on paper, scanned the sketch in and completed it in Adobe Illustrator.
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E-Commerce UI

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For this project, I was asked to design a web and mobile e-commerce experience. It needed to feature both seller and buyer accounts and a number of input screens. I started with wire-frames (using Balsamiq) to ensure the concept met all of the requirements. From there, I began some branding exercises and developed a color palette and icon set to be used in the final Sketch mockups.
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Are Siberian Cats Hypoallergenic?

Are Siberian cats Hypoallergenic? If you suffer from allergies, you may have heard about the mythical Siberian cat breed. These cats are often touted as being good for people with allergies. But if you’ve ever seen a Siberian cat, the first thing you’ll notice is her long fur coat. This might make you wonder: Are Siberian cats hypoallergenic after all? The Truth About Siberian Cats Before we talk about Siberians, we must first understand the cause of cat allergies. First, cat allergies are not caused by cat hair. Instead, people who are allergic to cats are allergic to a protein called Fel-D1, which is produced in their saliva. When a cat grooms herself by licking her coat, she spreads Fel-D1 all over her body. Siberian cats are considered hypoallergenic because they produce less of the Fel-D1 protein than other cat breeds. But remember, hypoallergenic does not mean nonallergenic; it just means less allergenic than other cats breeds. Should you get a Siberian Cat? If you have cat allergies, a Siberian might be a great option for you. Unfortunately, people with very severe cat allergies may still find that they have reactions to Siberians. My husband has “very high” sensitivity to […]
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Motivote App Design

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I was approached by Jess at Motivote to help prepare some screens for their gamified voting app. I loved the idea and immediately hopped on a call with Jess to determine the scope of the initial project. There wasn’t a clear user journey defined, nor were there wire-frames, so I began on paper, sketching out both. Once we had determined what the overall user journey would look like, we prioritized the screens we wanted to design, which are pictured here. The team did have an idea of the visual style: they knew their brand needed to be fun and happy, so they requested the use of warm colors. I selected blue as a complementary call-to-action color because I wanted something that would have eye-catching contrast. From here, I began mocking up the screens in Sketch, creating a symbol and style library for future use. I rounded out the project by importing the native files into Adobe XD, where I created an interactive prototype for the team to use during investor presentations.
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Error Page Design

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This project was inspired by a contest by AdobeXD to create an error page–404, storage full, you name it. I went down the proverbial “page not found” route and combined it with some playful illustration to create this design. Process began on paper, moved to Illustrator, and finished up in Sketch.
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HelpOne | App Design

This app was inspired by the theme #1, from the Philadelphia Adobe Creative Jam. (App idea goes to my husband, Michael Kofman.) Unfortunately, during the competition, I discovered that I do not perform well under stress, so I decided to redesign the app over the course of a few days. We began with wireframe sketches to map out the user journey before moving into Adobe XD to create a higher-fidelity prototype. Assets were created using a combination of Illustrator and Photoshop.
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Social Media Brand Design

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For this project, I was asked to develop a social media concept for an up-and-coming networking platform. Deliverables included cover photos for Facebook, Twitter, and Medium in addition to promoted post and ad creatives. I worked within the brand’s existing color palette to develop a look that was both edgy and professional.
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Character Design Series

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My husband recently started teaching me how to code. Before jumping into if statements with Swift, he began with the basics: Morse code and Braille, the latter of which inspired this cartoon character series. Hope you enjoy it.
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Time Travel App UI Design

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App ConceptThis is a hypothetical design project completed for a time travel app. I began the process with pencil-and-paper wireframes. From here, I actually moved away from the UI to design the logo and color palette, ensuring that the app had cohesive branding. Next, I fleshed out my wireframes in Sketch before uploading them to InVision to create an interactive prototype.    
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