As part of a response to a design brief, I explored how Glasgow Club could redesign their existing user experience and to help achieve pre-defined key performance indicators. I did light user research, as well as market research on competitors, to help define a new strategy to follow that would aim to meet the KPI’s, as well as created high fidelity mockups of how the new application could meet these indicators while refreshing and modernising the design.
In April, I began the Daily UI challenge to begin improving my UI design skills and allow me to create a library of references for creating future interfaces.
A response to a one day brief, creating a mobile banking application that focused on a technology approach than branch approach to banking. I designed an on-boarding experience for a service that did not provide you with a physical bank card and instead generated a digital card to use instead.
During my time at Front Page, I was involved with Poster Project, creating posters every two weeks based on a randomly-selected word. This was an excellent way for me to strengthen my graphic design skills as well as give me an outlet to explore different styles of graphic design.
A two week commissioned project exploring how creative technology could be used to improve the networking experience at events. I led some technology based networking coordinated by the product at the University of Dundee's new centre for entrepreneurship.
Creating my own artwork to the song "Lungs" by CHVRCHES using my own created images using ink and before editing on Photoshop.
A one day brief exploring a landing page for a bespoke business card website.
Redesigning the old default Apple Music player available on iPhones in 2014.