Public Policy Institute of California, a leading think tank, wanted to increase the reach and accessibility of its work. We redesigned PPIC’s website and technology stack from the ground up, creating a mobile-first, responsive site—resulting in a 63 percent increase in daily page views and 7x reduction in page load time. Visit ppic.org.
Lead product designer
We created a responsive, scalable, digital talent site for The Atlantic, bringing the site in line with their new brand identity and showcasing company culture. Visit page.
Lead UX/UI designer
Atlantic Brand Partners wanted a visually interactive landing page for their new Forces of Influence 2.0 report. It needed to draw the reader in and drive them to download the full report. Visit page.
Atlantic Brand Partners
Electionday.org is a project of Vote.org and aims to help secure paid time off to vote for employees in the U.S. I did a full website redesign, including new branding and content analysis and updates. Interactive prototype here.
UX/UI Design, Branding, Content
Currently, Yelp only has one option for accessibility information: wheelchair accessible or not. Not nearly sufficient. I mocked up updates to the Yelp app to include much more robust accessibility information and verification. Interactive app prototype here.
Research, UX/UI design
Voices is an app designed to get people involved in political and community organizing and actions. I built off of other relational organizing apps that exist, trying to create a motivating and enjoyable experience for the users to stay engaged. Interactive app prototype here.
Research, UX/UI design, branding
Levia is a concept insurance company with over 300 insurance options and competitive packages. I undertook UX research, branding, UI design for this full service insurance company. Interactive prototype here.
UX/UI Design, Branding