Target is regarded as one of the leading mobile retailers in the country. Their mobile offerings support an incredible amount of devices and services while providing an excellent user experience.
I was part of the team at Übermind that designed and built the Target.com mobile website that launched in 2011. My main contributions were design on the My Account section as well as providing HTML/CSS support to the dev team on this and other sections of this full featured mobile site.
This prototype was developed as a way for Amazon to consolidate all their mobile apps on the Android platform into a more cohesive user friendly experience.
Our concept as presented to the client brought together five seperate apps into one package sharing a common UI to better communicate the wide media offerings available from Amazon.
My role on this project was lead UX designer and my deliverable was a fully developed UX deck which included these wireframes in a fully annotated deck.
Nordstrom had a robust e-commerce website when they decided to transition to mobile. Working with an experienced team we quickly built an iPhone/Android optimized HTML5 mobile experience that seemlessly integrated with their existing back-end systems.
This site design was guided by feedback from user testing done by user experience researchers in tandem with our development to ensure Nordstrom customers would be able to browse, shop, and purchase while on the go.
My role was HTML/CSS developer and UX support.
This website was developed for Comcast customers in Washington State to help them find the local On Demand offerings that may interest them. The site auto-detects which part of the state visitors are located in and then displays the correct programming information for their area.
I created the final design of this site and developed the rotating billboard in accordance with existing XFINITY branding. UX was based on the menu system users would see when navigating their cable box at home.
Übermind does work for some of the most dynamic brands in the mobile space and needed a site that reflected the forward thinking nature and quality of their work.
Utilizing touch optimized jQuery as well as Webkit animations this site performs very well on all tablet devices, which was an important requirement for this project.
I provided design, development and UX support on this well received website redesign.
This section of the Target.com website was built by Übermind to showcase all the mobile solutions we have developed for Target.
Educating users about the various ways they can interact with Target on a mobile device both inside and outside of stores is no small task. With dedicated iPhone, Android and iPad apps as well as a mobile optimized website that supports pretty much everyone else, all customers can now have access to Target on the go.
My role on this project was UX and HTML/CSS development.
These touch screen kiosks were developed for NOAA as phase one of a new interactive exhibit at the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in Hawaii, the single largest conservation area in the US and one of the largest marine conservation areas in the world.
Featuring high-end 40-inch commercial touch screen displays these kiosks mirror the natural beauty of the islands while educating visitors about the plants and animals that call this area home.
I lead both UX and visual design for this project.
Since 2004 I've been making a living designing and building digital experiences for a diverse set of clients including Amazon, Comcast, Nordstrom, Starbucks and Target.
My work is founded on the idea that good design makes life better. By first understanding the big picture before obsessing on the details, I seek to build software that gets out of the way of the people using it. My designs are driven by curiosity, empathy, creativity and experience.