In South Africa, immigrants are often denied healthcare. These posters inform refugees of their basic medical rights. In addition, the small pamphlet is a takeaway that teaches South Africans simple medical terms in different languages, aiding their communication with any doctor. The series is part of together+, a multi-faceted campaign to unite a South African community divided by xenophobia.
Team: Amanda Carter, Kassandra Randazzo
Pando Populus is a proposed mega-conference to bring philosophical discussion back into our everyday lives. The identity is an abstraction of an aspen grove (the pando colony) and offers a wide variety of application directions.
Work done at Future Partners.
Designing an Xbox One app allowed our team to completely reimagine Epix's 10-foot digital experience. Working hand-in-hand with developers, project managers, and user experience designers, I was able to help launch Epix on Xbox One in just 2 months.
Our main goal with this app was to shift toward a more image-driven interface rather than rely on inconsistent boxart. I specifically worked on our log-in splash page, our featured page, and our movie page. The latter took a lot of prototyping; getting over 3,000 film pages to all look and feel consistent was delicate.
Since successfully launching Xbox One, we have launched onto Android TV with an almost identical experience.
Custora is an analytics program that I've been able to freelance for over the past year, Work includes quarterly reports, case studies, and a slide deck. I also helped bring Chester, the Custora mascot, to life. Different animations are used as the platform loads.
My task was to get users to connect their social media accounts to their Epix account.
For the user, the benefit is simple: by connecting social media accounts to your profile, your login becomes quicker and more secure. For Epix, linking accounts allows for better identifying our customers, providing data on their behavior and demographics.
These benefits made it very important to introduce this feature across all devices. For this reason, we launched this feature on desktop, tablet, and mobile concurrently. We also had to design a way that users could manage their connected social media accounts, so an additional widget was added to the profile page across all devices.
In the fall of 2012, I took part in a Future Blitz that challenged students to imagine solutions to break down the bubble between Notre Dame’s campus and South Bend, Indiana. We all knew the student body’s general opinion on South Bend. What we had no idea of was what native Benders thought of their city. So my group proposed Chalk Talk: a movement to offer space for community expression.
Various artwork created to promote EPIX's content.
Showcase page made to promote The Wolf of Wall Street's premiere on EPIX.
Team: Jose Torres
The Catfish Jones signature edition bicycle was initiated during my time at Project M. Catfish is a folk legend - the greatest and most fearless stuntman Alabama has ever seen.
Through his story, we're hoping to tell the story of the countless people that Catfish's fearlessness lives on in.
Learn more at: catfishbikes.com
More details on this project coming soon!
In August 2013, Genentech united 40 teachers, designers, entrepreneurs, artists, and Genentech employees for a 3 day blitz, designed to help bring amazing science experiences to young people in South San Francisco.
Prior to the 3-day event, I worked on a slew of assets, including an informational notebook, e-mail invitations, and a website with more information for the blitz's participants.
In addition, I was able to take part in an important dialogue on how to better the relationship between two neighbors: South San Francisco's school system and Genentech.
More recently, I put together a thank you package to send out to all 40 participants. The shrink-wrapped t-shirt opens up to display an artifact book reliving the 3 days and introducing some of the ideas from the blitz that Genentech has continued to develop.
Work done at Future Partners.
This is the current Six Degrees experience. The landing page allows the user to pick an actor, which leads the user to that actor's specific Six Degrees page. From this page, the user can only view how their chosen actor is connected to other actors. To choose another actor to start with, the user must go back to the landing page.
My solution was to ensure that the entire experience could live on one page. By limiting the number of actors a user can originally choose, we create a simpler interface, allow Epix to curate the content displayed, and simplify backend work for our developers. Making this one page also increase the likelihood that a user will make connections between various actors, rather than simply seeing the connections of their original selection.
The Alphabet Book project asked for us to compile 10 examples of each letter of the alphabet, so that we would become more aware of typography around us. I chose to display these letters in a retro basketball card set. The set listed the best NBA players from A to Z and was bound in a binder for collectible cards.
The identity for Hiller, a family-owned carbon manufacturer, alludes to the unity of the firm, as well as the many directions it can go as a business. The identity was then applied to business papers, a PowerPoint template, as well as an overall re-branding of the firm.
Team: HyeSoo Kim, Jeff McLean
Work done at Lakehouse Design.