Select UX/UI and Visual design Projects • Spring 2013–Present
Utilidesk is a ubiquitous computing system designed to provide library patrons with a distraction-free studying environment. Patrons can keep track of their study progress and goals as well as customize their workspace to their liking to help boost their overall productivity. This project was completed with the help of Katherine Frazer, Arthur Lee, and Jemma Shin for our Interaction Design Studio class in spring 2014.
As part of my Communication Design Fundamentals class, I created a hypothetical website redesign for Bike Pittsburgh, my favorite Pittsburgh-based non-profit! Bike Pittsburgh’s mission is to make the city a safer place for cyclists through community outreach and advocacy. My goal was to design a layout that was intuitive all while retaining some elements found in the original website.
Undergraduate students at CMU are eligible to apply for small research grants to explore a topic of their choice. I partnered with my friend, Connor Brem, to develop Beacon, an orientation-sensitive cycling glove prototype with built-in LED lights, to improve a cyclist’s visibility. Beacon was awarded the Yahoo! Undergraduate research Award Runner-Up prize at CMU’s annual research symposium in spring 2014.
Brand identity for the Strategic Quality and Reliability Engineering team.
Jan Corwin, DC
Logo for a Portland-based chiropractor.
Continuing education in design class projects.