UX/UI Designer, Graphic designer, and chocolate enthusiast Living in new york city.
Recent graduates and young professionals have a tough time furnishing their apartment due to a lack of time or money hiring an interior designer. APT is an augmented reality app that allows users to place furniture in one’s space at their fingertips. This thesis aims to help make the experience of furnishing an apartment easier and more efficient, while offering a high degree of confidence in the decision-making process. Apt is primarily short for “apartment,” and literally means fitting, reflecting on how suitable it is for one to design their space seamlessly.
This platform virtually offers a variety of furniture from popular retail stores, placed in one’s space to scale through augmented reality. The application’s design emphasizes usability and affordability. Users will experience the best of both worlds: the convenience of shopping online and the ability to visualize products right through their phone.
FINAL APT PROTOTYPE
At this startup intelligence data company, I designed visuals and developed infographics from collected data to demonstrate the company’s platform to prospective customers.
I got a chance to work with Paula Grant, founder and CEO of Flood Creative and designer of CORE water for one of my projects in my package design class.
The objective of this project was to choose a charity that would work best with the Core water bottle brand.
My charity: Partnership between the U.S. Paralympics and Disabled American Veterans (DAV) providing high quality sporting events for disabled vets.
A collaborative project where my partner and I designed a new app by taking features from two existing apps:
1) Fitbit: Run Smarter feature: enhance runs, walks, and hikes to track you pace, time, distance, and calories
2) Tinder: Matching feature
The app tracks the user’s fitness activity (calories, steps, time, miles) in order to get matched with others allowing them to create workout groups.
Users get matched with one another based on the total number of calories burned in a cumulative range of seven days.
Various package design projects.
This project focuses on redesigning the New York MTA App.
My concept of a new MTA app has an added feature that provides a safer transportation route.
The user has a fastest, safest, or more by subway option to choose from. For the fastest or more by subway options, there are alerts regarding construction or delays. For the safest route option, the user will be given alerts and reasons why to take this specific route based on statistical data regarding criminal records, severe weather or hazardous construction happening around the other routes in order to feel safer.
Do you waste a lot of money on goods that you don’t end up using or have overstocked on?
Do you wish you didn’t buy a certain good that you don’t need after a certain point?
Do you wish you could have a last minute item?
I designed a bartering app for university students that reduces clutter in their lives and provides the ability to exchange overstocked or extra goods.
FINAL UNISWAP PROTOTYPE
A collaborative project in which my partner and I rebranded the Washington D.C. Redskins NFL football team.