CrowdWise Mobile application allows user to contribute news in a meaningful way from anywhere. It’s vital that the Crowdwise user has a intuitive interface that fun and easy use. My main focus on the Crowdwise mobile app was user flow and assisting with the design where needed. Big props to AJ for the ios development and design… also to Jon Alexander for super sweet report navigation fly out. To help plan out user flow I created flow chart and wireframes. on the wireframes I thought it would more helpful to visually see that track a user was on, so I built a custom site that showed a side by side display.
Assignment Desk prototype for CrowdWise. This first real attempt I’ve made at creating prototype for an ipad. At first I was frustrated with performance difference between what I had come to know of the flash today on the pc and what I was getting out of the gate from air for ios. However, as I started to do more optimization and my expectations settled in, I began seeing a lot of advantages using the air. Especially when looking more at from a fast prototyping concept phase.
CrowdWise is a product designed to allow journalist to harness the power of the crowd in order to guarantee quality news and entertaining moments of daily life. We ran through a ton of different concepts for the CrowdWise brand. This one really captured the essence of what we wanted the brand equity to convey.
Phase I effort was to establish the feasibility of building and implementing a Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening application to assist primary care providers in tracking and managing their patients’ colorectal cancer (CRC) screening. The application supports primary care providers by providing an at-a-glance display of a patient’s CRC screening history, national guidelines that are relevant to a patient, and educational materials to help them structure discussions about CRC screening. The intention of the prototype is change the effectiveness of Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening process and ultimately aid in early detection and even prevention of CRC.
Demonstrating was built in flash that highlights three use cases and gathered feedback and suggestions for improvement. Some of the highlights of the interface was a timeline of patient information where the user can get a broad or detail view of the patients records. Another feature was the user’s ability to move dashboard windows in the order desired. My role was to provide development of the prototype and the UI guidance of how the interface function.View Prototype
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MVC needed to to quickly launch their new web site. So a new wordpress install, a solid worpress template and just add water. Well actually you need a litte more than that… custom graphics, good content and some serious tweaking on the css side. However, I’m always amazed to see how much wordpress and wp themes are constantly evolving. Especially when you think back to few years ago and how much more difficult it was have get a good cms site up and running.
I don’t do print! or at least I didn’t. That’s what I kept telling my friend Rob who insisted I take a few hours to submit one cover sample for their new catalog of products. Actually I don’t have anything against print work, it just never finds it way to me. Part of Clippard’s goal here was to tie the design work I did for their web site and video intro into the catalog. Since they have literally have 1000’s of different products i wanted to incorporate as many as possible in the cover. I also wanted to be able to hand them something they could easily adjust the priority of the images for later use.