Noom is a behavior change platform that pairs patients of chronic and pre-chronic conditions with coaches to improve their lifestyle and make real, lasting health change. I coordinate a team of product and graphic designers to build the app that guides patients, the dashboard that coaches use to manage dozens of users, and other interfaces that make up the platform.
Flaredown.com is my passion project: a tool to put patients of chronic illness in charge of investigating their symptoms. I designed the app, assembled a dev team, and successfully crowdfunded the project. Flaredown is currently in private beta and will be released for free with the intent to gather data that might kickstart solutions to the problems of living with chronic illness.
Kinsa is a smart thermometer that tracks your children's temperatures and symptoms, connects parents, and aggregates data to stop the spread of disease. As lead designer I handled UI/UX, branding, marketing, and product design, hired the company's foundational design team, and launched the product to Apple Stores, CVS, and Amazon.
Badoonga lets you know the second your favorite artists are playing a nearby event. It works like twitter: follow artists and friends, and you'll see events they post or attend on your feed. The site was inspired by concert posters and structured to show at-a-glance information when users need it. I designed and built the frontend of the service, which is in pre-alpha.
Experience Labs partners with social organizations to host events. They take care of logistics, the organization takes care of the guest list. I designed and developed the site and the company's branding to appeal to partygoers and professionals alike. It includes an easy CMS that allows the owners to manage content simply by clicking any element.
Finding college housing sucks, On My Block is going to change that. OMB lets students talk to each other about housing, rather than realtors. The interface is streamline to show students what they want to see. This redesign is in the mockup phase.
Favorite9 is a concept intended to help expecting new mothers find essential products based on their unique lifestyle, determined by a 9-question quiz. It broken up into large single-question slides to help users focus and keep things moving, and the minimal UI allows the products to shine.
...if you're just looking for something pretty. I want to get deeply involved in your project and understand it from the ground up. You have a problem to solve, let's build the best possible solution.