As a digital experience designer, I believe that thoughtful design has the power to simplify complex problems and make technology more accessible to everyone. In my work, I strive to create unique experiences that not only meet user needs, but also exceed their expectations. I appreciate that I joined an industry that is always evolving and will keep engaging opportunities abundant. With my new credential, I plan to live abroad and take inspiration from my new surroundings and implement it in my future work (while enjoying all the coffee, of course).
Brissie Brewing Co.
I drew inspiration for this branding project from my experience living in Australia before starting my design degree. "Brissie" is a colloquial term for the city of Brisbane. I have created a collection of ciders with labels that match the flavour profile of the drink. This brand is meant to appeal to anyone looking for a fresh summer refreshment to enjoy on the beach.
Kindred is an experimental dating application that will use data on a user’s device to curate a profile that will find potential matches based on common interests. This could be music taste, physical activity levels, and social media use. Potential matches will be given a "similarity score" based on the compatibility of the two people as per this pulled data.
Here are some screens from within the application. From left to right, an onboarding agreement, match preference settings, a similarity score breakdown, a developing profile screen, and finally, a match!
Tecate P’al Norte Rebrand
In this project I was tasked with rebranding an event and its marketing materials. I chose the Tecate P’al Norte music festival in Monterrey, México. I created a brand new look for the festival and a branding guidelines reference book outlining how to use the new materials and graphics on social media. This is the poster that displays the festival line-up and general information.
In this multidisciplinary project, I, along with a team of computer science students created Papertrail, the “one-stop-shop” for job-seekers. It will provide a place to store and manage job applications from multiple different platforms, pull information from a user’s Google Suite to apply for work, and send notifications to keep the whole process organized and on schedule.
Mesa is a point-of-sale system for restaurants and bars. It is an application that is used by waitstaff to order food and drinks, organize and split bills, and take payments.
This is the menu page. Food and drink is found on the left, and the table’s order will fill the right side of the screen.