The projects featured here were completed during my time in the CareerFoundry User Interface Design bootcamp. Through the process of designing these projects, I developed skills in UX research, animation design, prototyping, and more.
These freelance projects include production-ready designs for a variety of physical products, from brochures to wine bottle labels. The projects listed here represent both paid and volunteer work.
A responsive web-app for finding local non-profits
Designed across four breakpoints, this app delivers location-based recommendations to users looking for nearby places to receive or donate food, clothing, and other essential items.
A money saving mobile app to build confidence
This fintech app was designed for users with specific savings goals who need extra guidance and motivation. Branding guidelines and custom illustrations establish an encouraging tone.
An e-commerce native app for professional artists
With versions for iOS and Android, this product offers professional artists a convenient shopping experience. Autofill makes it easier for users to always have their favorite art supplies on hand.
A user interface and animation concept
A minimal interface allows users to easily interact with individuals and groups, while animation further enhances the user experience.
A notetaking app for everyday life.
Inspired by functionalism and minimalism, this mobile app provides essential note taking functionality through an expressive user interface.
Product design for non-profit fundraiser
Custom illustrations were translated into two promotional designs: labels for bottles
of local California red wine and branded jute tote bags.
Marketing materials to recruit new volunteers, donors, and members
By applying the organizations existing branding and color scheme, I created a cohesive color palette and design style to unify brochures for all audiences.