UX/UI, Web Design

UX Project – Email Preferences
Original Pages to be redesigned – idea – User Simplicity


After much research and usability testing, I created this one page all-inclusive design. It is a high fidelity wireframe, able to show the user everything they would need to set up all desired email preferences.

As you can see I chose to use a tabular system, which kept the information clear gave user clarity. You can find the high fidelity fully interactive wireframe here:
Email/Notification Preferences.



I also redesigned their entire pop-up alert system for all of their properties.
Original format:             My functional redesign, one and two button systems:
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Fortune 500 Internship Challenge:
I was given the following web page on the left, to rebrand for millennials.

I researched both the product, as well as what millennial design trends. With this info in mind, I designed the three responsive pages below.  The first for the desktop, second for the tablet, and third for the smartphone.




The following pages I designed, were for our channel partners website.  This was to showcase usability for the channel partners, a company that partners with a manufacturer or producer to market and sell the manufacturer’s products, services, or technologies. This is usually done through a co-branding relationship.

The two partners were Amazon and Protect Your Bubble. I created the following UX/UI designs to solve any company involvement issues that could possibly arise with this merge.  tablet2



The last page, iRead, was a website I designed for a class.  One of my first pages built entirely in HTML5 and CSS3. It was based on user experience, taking the user through a journey to find the perfect literature to their individual tastes.