The summer of 2020 I set out to make a change in my career. With the pandemic beginning earlier in the year, I was forced to sit with my thoughts about where I wanted to be in my career more than ever before. What did I really want to make…
The intention of this study was to analyze how a user discovers specific areas on a website, while pin pointing areas of confusion, frustration and friction in the overall user experience. Out of a list of college websites, I chose to test BU.edu.
Commonly referred to as BU, Boston University…
For this challenge, we were to take existing app screens and produce what the wireframe would have looked like in Sketch. I enjoyed this perspective of taking the screens a step backward and seeing them take a more simple, structural form.
What I like most about wireframing is that there is no huge commitment to anything that you’re creating and no emotional investment in this stage of development.
Time to explore Sketch and the task at hand was to mimic a supplied design.
Short-keys pretty much hold the same equivalence as coffee does for a designer, so thankfully enough it’s good to know most of them carry over from Photoshop.
I enjoyed searching for the details on all the design elements to see how much I could execute the same look while adding a hint of my own aesthetic. I did find the vector tool to be a little challenging in this program as opposed to Illustrator, but as with anything–practice makes perfect!
Whole Bank is in the developmental stages to become a more technological and user-friendly local banking branch in small town Framingham, Massachusetts.
The branch found that using their credit and debit card services while traveling caused major inconveniences for their customers and saw an opportunity for advancement on their already…
When I hear ‘take notes’ and ‘draw’ in the same sentence, I’ll admit I get a little overwhelmed. A) Because drawing on the spot is not my forte, and B) note-taking isn’t either. BUT simplify the combo into doodling and type and I’m all in!