On a lean design team, we recreated both the Android and iOS experiences for policy information at a high level. The project had many phases of detail and it isn’t yet complete, however this template went on to reflect the layouts of all types of insurance at Allstate, not just the Auto. Designs were kept minimal and very native because of the utilitarian nature of the product.
With the new iMessage updates, Allstate entrusted me to create a set of stickers that would download automatically when the app was downloaded to keep up to par with other companies jumping on board. This was a fun project and although not all of these stickers made the cut, it was thrilling to balance the serious nature of insurance, and the silliness of stickers. The branded stickers also serve as tools for agents when communicating with their customers.
On a lean team at Allstate, we created a watch experience focused on the pay bill flow within the app. Because our app is so robust, we decided that limiting watch use to the pay bill flow for now was the best answer to current customer needs.
Drivewise is Allstate’s sensor app that detects driving behavior and turns good driving into rewards. One of my first projects at Allstate involved a minor dashboard redesign for integration into Allstate Mobile (previously a separate app). Another project I worked on involved the introductory illustrated screen that followed current illustrations guidelines at the time.
Allstate Digital Locker is a tool for customers to take inventory of their assets in all of their properties in case of loss. Currently the app is separate from Allstate Mobile. This project shows a small segment of the screens for the MVP of this integration project. Since the app is undergoing extensive redesign, this integration was kept as native as possible so there is less custom development needed when styles change.
This proposal turned into reality. This NextRadio App feature involves native Android widget configurations so you can listen to your next radio app without having the app open and you can choose which widgets to set so your home page is custom.
There was a business ask to explore a scenario where there was a newsfeed of sorts within the NextRadio App. This newsfeed would contain ads, friend content, favorite content and more. This was purely conceptual.
While at NextRadio App, I explored some emerging Android centric technology. This proposal was used as an outlet to show stakeholders what was possible in regards to wearables territory.
NextRadio was toying with the idea of including a friendship feature so you could connect with other listeners and see what they liked and were listening to. This would integrate with the newsfeed feature as well. These designers are purely conceptual.
As the product designer for NextRadio App, I took it on myself to explore some of the new technologies going out at the time. I looked into designing some auto related Android interfaces in my spare time and creating proposals for the company to follow. The mock-ups in this project vary from wireframe to exploration. I explored color schemes to satisfy the auto brightness requirements for day and night.
As the product designer for the NextRadioApp, I worked on improving all experiences including our small subset of users that used the tablet app. I did not have the resources to completely redesign that experience, however I made several key improvements that kept the lights on while the main app was being updated.
This is one of the first projects I worked on at NextRadio & TagStation. Moving into the new year, they wanted a facelift to the introduction slides that people first see after downloading the app. These slides contain information and images that help the user better understand how NextRadio works. As the Product Designer, I was in charge of the art direction, connecting, illustration, production, and dev handoff. I worked on both native android phone and tablet designs.
2015 | Art Direction, Illustration, UI/UX
Coming onboard as a Product Designer for NextRadio, I decided to start the journey by completing a heuristic audit of the existing app with some initial proposals before investing in a redesign.
The largest project I worked on at Motorola was the Product Detail Page (PDP). This page was complex because it needed to be modular enough to work across all Moto products and all 27 languages. I was mainly in charge of determining the different modular sections based on user and business goals. The features section can hold anywhere from 2-8 different features that are interactive and give you both a summary of the feature and the ability to deep dive into the details. I also worked hard with developers in Brazil to get the site working on a tight deadline for the amount of usability needed.
2015 | Interaction Design, UI/UX, Web Design
At Motorola I was in charge of designing the responsive layout, look and feel, and production assets for the MotoMaker.com landing page. Now that there are more than one products available to be customized in Motorola's portfolio, a need for a landing page arose. Working with a creative director and content strategist, I created a cohesive, informative and easy to understand design. I designed everything from idea, wireframe, prototypes and execution and dev handoff.
2015 | Art Direction, UI/UX, Web Design
This is the site-wide navigation for Motorola.com. It was produced on the Experience Design Team and designed, prototyped and handed over by me.
2015 | Art Direction, UI/UX, Web Design
Some of my first projects at Motorola were related to altering photography to create compelling promotions. Here are a few of the creations that came out of that period of work.
2014 | Art Direction, Photography, Web Design
This project didn’t continue after the initial design stages, however the ratings & reviews endeavor was fun to work on. The main reasons it didn’t continue were that there were no resources to manage the intake of this content at the time.