This mobile application transformed a lengthy tax refund form, into a simple and enjoyable process.
I led a group wireframe session with the team, so we had a clear starting point. This allowed the developers to start building a prototype, while I continued to work on refined wireframes and the overall aesthetic of the application.
Working collaboratively with DebtorDaddy, we designed & built an iOS companion app of their web service.
My contribution to this project consisted of UX Design, which focused on transforming the product owners vision into a usable product for their users.
MCH requested a design refresh for the upcoming WW1 commemoration 2014 - 2019.
This site acts as a guide to find relevant events, projects & activities throughout NZ. This project is a great example of what I have learnt over the years, which consisted of creating wireframes, design & front-end development for a fully responsive website.
Anzac Sight Sound
This site explores the sights & sounds of World War I before, during & after the war.
The clients focus was to present the imagery, video & audio content in an exciting way. My objective was to let the content shine, so the design direction was built around this concept.
iOS loyalty coffee app that makes use of iBeacon technology, so leave your loyalty cards at home.
I contributed to this project by directing the user experience through the use of wireframes, and creating the overall design aesthetic.
Access your personal tax information from "Inland Revenue Online Services" on a mobile device.
My role was to make the Desktop version of "IRD Online Services" a good experience for mobile devices, while keeping true to the existing brand. Inland Revenue then implemented the design in-house.
This is my personal CSS boilerplate, which speeds up the process of styling forms on websites.
Formalize-css reduces the time involved with styling forms. Simply include the CSS & you will have an aesthetically pleasing form. You can then add classes or id's to enhance the form.
Boost New Media
This website was built in incremental stages, while keeping true to the Boost branding.
Working in an agile team with two designers, we decided to trial "paired designing". First, we created lo-fi wireframes to establish the content structure, then a moodboard to reflect Boost's brand. Once the groundwork had been laid, we started our journey designing in the browser.
This helpful companion reminds you that your meeting is coming to an end, so you will always be on time.
This exercise allowed me to work in Xcode, and become familiar with implementing my own designs. Knowing the limitations allows me to understand what can be done quickly & realistically.
Based off the users location, they can view modern day landmarks during different time periods.
My goal is to be more involved with the implementation of my designs for iOS, so I can make correct design adjustments where needed during development.