I want to become a better designer (by design faster and generating better quality ideas) so I’m currently completing the Daily UI Challenge. Over the next 100 days I will design something new each day.
A web-based dashboard allows network technicians to easily configure and monitor their networking equipment.
This social marketing and data analytics dashboard collects data from various marketing/media avenues then presents it in a detailed, easy-to-use and highly graphical user interface. Bright colours were used to invite user-interaction.
Dashboard for Police to manage calls and co-ordinate resources from the CENTRAL Police Dispatch Unit in response to emergency calls.
An interactive map to allow you to explore some of the best craft beer places in Wellington, New Zealand with your friends.
Based on the passenger arrival card people fill out when they enter the country – learn about what items you can bring with you to New Zealand. The app is designed for travellers to ensure they have an awesome trip and are made aware of New Zealand’s biosecurity laws.
Based on the New Zealand Passenger Arrival Card travellers can test their biosecurity knowledge with this fun 5 minute quiz.
User interface components for a rapid design/development process (includes forms, tables, dashboard and notifications).
A simple timer which let’s you quickly set a reminder so you don’t get preoccupied searching for kittens on the internet.
Build and customise a simple (and responsive) weather widget to display up-to-date forecast information on your website.
I design the UI/UX for the for the StrategyBlocks online registration process. The 10 steps help guide people through the initial sign up process, explain some of the important (sometimes tricky) principles of strategy management while providing a better understanding of how the software works.
An iPhone/iPad app which guides you through the process of making origami Platonic solids based on Metatron’s Cube.
StrategyBlocks were keen to move away from a flash-based software platform and embrace HTML5/CSS3 and ultimately create a native iPad app as well. I was asked to redesign their current interface and improve the end-user experience.