Spirit Hub (formerly BigFish Spirits)
Spirit Hub is an ecommerce site, offering craft spirits from independent distilleries across the country. It provides an intuitive and lovely to use experience for shoppers seeking hard to find, rare spirits and as an additional sales outlet for smaller distilleries beyond their local market.
My role at Spirit Hub was to refine the user experience, from initial visit, to viewing and filtering product offerings, and checkout flow for website (fully responsive) and mobile app.
Kazoo (formerly HighGround & YouEarnedIt
HighGround is an employee engagement platform, where employees can give & receive recognitions, set & track goals, give & send feedback, and purchase products with points received.
My responsibilities were to refine & improve the UX of key features, such as goal setting and administration, from conducting user research, prototyping, handoff assets to development team for execution, and collaborating with QA on writing acceptance criteria.
Served as a Front End Designer/Developer on the product verification team, where the users are presented a grid view of their respective products in different states of the workflow. The workflow process is an individual product that is ready to have its data verified, in progress of verification, verified but needs data fields to be resolved and finally, verified and published.
Before being assigned to the product verification tool, I primarily led the HTML & CSS refactor of the redesign of the Label Insight app and built clickable prototypes of the product verification tool as it matured from an idea that needs to be validated to a full fledged product that could be sold to customers.
As a Front End Developer for the Unify & Trust product, I worked under the direction of the User Experience director and alongside with a visual designer to build the layout of the application and alongside other developers to build the interactive functionality of it. I occasionally served as a designer to adjust content as needed or the interactivity of a feature to account for various states that an app can have to the user (loading, success, failure, input required).
Unify is an Enterprise File Sharing & Syncing app with drag 'n drop and browser push notification of uploads features. Trust is a communication app that combines the worst features of e-mail & chat into one and best described as a solution seeking a problem. May both these products RIP.