Consumer and enterprise app design with a background in healthcare and security.
Research-based stress reduction training and tools
HeartMath already had an iOS app based on their popular desktop application and wanted to get something in the hands of Android users. Unlike the iOS app, the Android app was to showcase Heartmath’s new technology for tracking and measure wellness over time. I created new user flows and a visual design that leveraged the Heartmath brand.
After we’d completed the Android app, that same functionality had to be added to EmWave Pro, Heartmath’s desktop application.
Neither of these products has beed shipped.
The development team was near completion of Axcient Direct-to-Cloud (D-2-C) service when I walked in the door. Their UX designer was going out on leave and the team couldn’t afford several months without a resource. So for four months I kept the dev team in assets and error messages. While the bulk of my time went into the user interface for their next application.
D-2-C is in beta so I will have some samples up soon.
Physician managed acute care staffing provider
I was brought into the team to create a new search experience. Their client base had grown so large that finding sites and doctors had become unruly. This was a mobile first project done using WordPress templates.
This tool is used by employees and customer and so far it’s not available to the general public.
Symantec brought me in to work on an aggregated datacenter management portal. This project required us to bring together several older technologies into a unified portal. I was part of a four designer team working in unison.