The future for Autodesk customers
Autodesk wanted to explore the experience of accessing and managing their software - specifically what the experience could look like by the end of 2020. We facilitated a five-day design sprint using the Google Ventures framework.
Role: Design sprint facilitation
As Ecovacs enters the U.S. market as the number one robotic vacuum company in the world, we were hired to look for opportunities to improve UX for the domestic consumer and understand similarities and differences of cleaning habits inside and outside of the U.S.
Role: UX/Strategy | Research
To-do app for healthcare
HIPAA compliant hub for managing clinical tasks designed for medical teams in order to bring greater efficiency to healthcare.
Co-founder, Head of Product & UX
Ad Serving Platform
While Twitter was dreaming of a future five to ten years out, there was a big financial goal they wanted to achieve in the next three. Understanding that user experience can have a huge impact on revenue, we looked for the greatest opportunities for UX improvements and set a strategy for the near term.
IoT - Connected Home
Connecting customers to IoT devices inside their homes whenever and wherever they were - using any device.
Role: UX | Visual Design | Copywriting
IoT - Thermostat
The design of a thermostat which connects to other devices inside the home.
Role: UX | Visual Design
National Account Security Monitoring Tool
Centralized system that helps regional security teams monitor the security of multiple commercial locations
Role: UX | Visual Design
Digital Health Accelerator
Supporting innovations for the purpose of improving pediatric care.
POPP (Prediction of patient placement) provides admission
coordinators with a predictive advanced forecast of upcoming admissions in real-time, allowing bed allocation to begin sooner
Awarded the Microsoft Innovation Award 2018
Data Visualization for Healthcare
Exploring ways for visually displaying medication and side effect data over time.
Medications. Side Effects. Time.
Which side effect did this patient experience most often and most severely?
How might we...
Visually show all the procedures a chronically ill patient has had in the last two years?
Demonstrating the power and value of scoop.it thru user experience
Scoop.it is like Pinterest for articles. While it is a valuable tool, their customers didn't "get it". We designed an interface that educated and showed its value and power each step of the way.
Tablet interface for wearable pedometer
Kids track their steps wearing a wristband. Steps turn into points - point turn into food packets for severely malnourished children around the world.
While one population struggles with obesity another is undernourished.
Learn more about this amazing program.