I had the pleasure of working with Lake Country Municipal Court to redesign their website. This looked at not only overhauling their page content but also links to other sources that needed to be available for their users, a responsive mobile design, a variety of widgets such as a calendar system, and much more. This took approximately 4 months from conceptualizing to final approval. Please check out their website on the navigation bar above.
uxpeer is the culmination of my design experience at UW-Stout. This senior showcase had us create a service/product that used a.i. as a highlight of its experience. My service called uxpeer looked at bridging the gap between UX Designers and small business owners and allowing the UX world to be more accessible to the people who need it. This project had us develop a poster series, business cards, a letterhead, a display board and setup, and a project of our choice by one of our other courses throughout the program. This for me was an infographic series that was published on Instagram that would help market to small business owners to get them started with my service. The website created for this project along with the Instagram link can be seen above.
Can You Hear Me? is an interactive experience website that allows the user to explore the space of the webpage. This site focuses on a narrative combining the use of media to create and sense of unease. The site continues on a linear path until the end, whereas the user hits the final button they are not allowed to escape the webpage other than through exiting the tab or doing a full refresh. This project was created for UW-Stout's Interactive Media Design course.
A UX project looking at how to develop UX in the world of healthcare. The project looks at how to improve the user's experience of the site by implementing desktop, mobile, and smartwatch interfaces, all while focusing on the user's wants and needs. This project was created for UW-Stout's Healthcare UX Design course.
This is a website developed to give the UW-Stout Band an opportunity to showcase when their performances are for each of the three bands throughout the year. The focus of this website was to use responsive design and implement actions for the users to take to interact with the site (The ticket purchasing aspect is a prototype and would typically go through a 3rd party). This project was created for UW-Stout's Advanced Interactive Media Design course.
ECHO is a display typeface created through the use of the program Glyphs. This typeface is fully implementable and was designed to be used as an impact typeface for wordmarks or logos. The typeface consists of the letters echoing parts of themselves to create dynamic movement throughout the glyphs. This project was created for UW-Stout's Typographic Design course.
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