I'm a New York City based designer with a focus on user interface for mobile devices.
I'm a New York City based product designer currently working at Spotify
UX/UI iOS & Web
Being aware of all the recommendation apps that exist in the market, successful entrepreneurs approached me to lead an innovative mobile approach to social recommendation design.
People that classify themselves as tastemakers enjoy broadcasting good finds; however, the majority of people just enjoy experiencing the content. How could we give credit to tastemakers and push them to share and at the same time make it easy for everyone else to consume? - Here’s what I did to capitalize on this behavior.
Working with the MavenSay team as a lead designer for over a year was an amazing learning experience. Here are some of the areas I was overseeing:
iPhone app design
Web marketing pages – responsive
E-mail/Print marketing campaigns
Markup implementation (HTML/CSS)
UX/UI iOS & Web
Learning from user behavior trends from MavenSay, we decided to create a platform that was better suited to the principal interaction users sought in MavenSay – that of sharing music. I led all design efforts to enable and encourage users to communicate with music.
I was given 6 weeks to design UX and UI for this app. My approach was to focus on the core interaction first, I started by designing what a rithm (song message) should look like and from there I wireframed and designed the rest of the screens.
I learned a lot about refining iOS animations. I was working closely with the mobile dev team to get each animation right in order to create an homogeneous experience across the app. Here's a video of the simulator we used to prototype animations __ Play Video
UX & Product
Mixing fashion and tech, The Cools is a marketplace using social features to enhance the online shopping experience. As an early stage employee I worked with the head of product to get the platform launched. My responsibilities ranged from coming up with UX flows for new features, copywriting to QA testing.