QIC needed a simple experience that fostered appreciation in the workplace.
We were responsible for the user experience of this new recognition process. We developed themes for badge options, user flows and user interface for awarding, viewing and receiving appreciation badges.
Old American Junk needed a site that put sharing their music at the heart of the design.
We built a custom WordPress site on the Foundation Framework and utilized existing media via Soundcloud and Youtube to speed up the design and development process. Check out the site and look for a new EP and video to come December 21st.
We created a monogram, typographic treatments and a bright color pallet to give her the visual pop she needed and crafted a site to emphasize her professional capabilities as well as show off her incredibly positive personality.
We were happy to join the Corefire team on the creative development of the Dunkin Donuts iPhone and Android apps. We played an integral role throughout the process including developing initial concepts, user experience flows and production design work across iOS and Android templates.
With a hard deadline of an upcoming demonstration at a tradeshow, the prototype needed to be coded and ready to show off. We worked directly with the team at Corefire to develop user flows, base designs and the HTML5 prototype.
Mobile Design and Development
Coming into the project there was a great deal of information to process. The team at Corefire had created several key documents including wireframes and a use case document. It was our job to dive into these and get familiar with the MyVanilla project and it’s timelines and deliverables.
Our first order of business was to take the information provided and design a user flow – a graphic representation of the app experience documenting the paths a user takes. This document serves as a visual aid for the client, an internal reference point, and a developer resource for building the deployable app.
Designs were developed based off of existing wireframes and the user flow developed. Initially, a set of 3 main screens: Home, Accounts and Transfer Money were designed. After approval was granted, this base design was carried on throughout the mobile development.
The approved design was transformed into an HTML5 prototype utilizing the jQueryMobile framework. Existing tools on the jQueryMobile site including ThemeRoller were employed to speed up the development process.