For the past 7 years, I've directed the design and usability of the Kodak Picture Kiosk (KPK) and its associated interfaces for retailers and clerks. It's been exhilarating to witness the transformative changes we made to enhance the KPK's visual appeal and functionality from a consumer and development perspective.
New design allows for choice of top screen layout, localization option and deep links to products.
New design to highlight updated photography style. Option for different tiles sizes per retailer.
New submenu slide-in. The number of products shown is configured per products offered.
New design and push to implement across all products workflows increases ease of edits.
New design adding functionality, paired with new fonts creates a much-improved user experience.
Designed using new collage flow, building on it to accommodate multiple pages and "themes"
Designed building on photo book flow with newly designed grids with more features.
Created an additional interface for print area so user could release prints and see order status.
For new or small content needs, I was able to provide designs for products!
Worked with software team and product owners to implement orientation change and new design style to primary Kodak Moments mobile application.
Worked with mobile team to apply new design across entire mobile experience.
Throughout the years, my dedication to the Greater Rochester Celiac Support Group Board of Directors has remained steadfast. In my diverse roles as president, graphic designer, webmaster, and social media coordinator, I have gotten to play a large role in the organization's growth.
Sold bags and shirts through Bonfire as a fundraising effort.
Designed bags to sell as a fundraising effort.
Coordinated with SaveAround and local gluten free friendly businesses to create a coupon book as a fundraising effort.
During my time at RIT, I mastered interaction and motion design, animation, 3D modeling, and video editing using tools like Adobe After Effects, Flash, ActionScript, Soundbooth, Final Cut Pro, and Cinema4D.
I also created web projects using HTML, CSS, and WordPress.
Interaction and Motion Design
MFA Thesis Project: Designed to enhance younger visitors’ experience of the National Museum of Play at the Strong's "Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden". This was accomplished through a series of fun and educational games and animations, for use as a kiosk outside the garden as well as a part of The Strong’s website.
Illustrator + Flash + ActionScript 3.0 + Soundbooth + After Effects
2012: AIGA New York State of Design Exhibition, Honorable Mention
2011: Adobe Design Achievement Awards, Semifinalist
Galleryr Co-op: Redesigned website in Wordpress for ease of updating.
Special Effects class project: Create a movie title sequence of our choosing, making sure that the sequence was reflective of the movie content.
Illustrator + Photoshop + After Effects
Digital Type in Motion class project: Invent a television station and create a logo, animated avatar, and 5 10-second identifiers. The logo and avatar needed to be readable at multiple sizes.
Illustrator + After Effects
The client wanted an animated web banner to show their "Music Starts with Just One Note" membership campaign.
Illustrator + After Effects
Motion Design 2D Animation class project: Choose a 30-second song clip without words and create a visual music animation to reflect the movement and tone of the song. I chose the song The Secret Agenda by the band The Cheebacabra.
Flash + ActionScript 3.0
I worked at a Finger Lakes, NY design agency, creating travel guides and managing various projects.
As a designer, I always receive freelance requests from friends, family, old coworkers, and new acquaintances.