I led the UX design for Google Camera for the Android Lollipop and Marshmallow releases. Responsible for design strategy, interaction and motion design. I collaborated closely with visual design and user research to redesign the app for the 2015 Nexus devices.
An in-store and online system to allow rural customers to get items shipped to their local Walmart Express store. The project included wireframing, hand-coded prototypes, visual design and branding, user research, environmental graphics and production code for the kiosk device and for an API-fed TV interface.
An extra-curricular project challenging the mobile design team in WalmartLabs to create black and white posters to represent their backgrounds. Since the team is spread across four states, I created a site (and title video) to showcase everyone's entry and submitted this one myself. The poster is packed with symbols of my past and interests - London, music, graffiti and Android. I created both the video and the poster in Cinema 4D.
I designed key areas of the Android app, developing styles and iconography which I formalised with guidelines, and art directed work on the iPhone and iPad apps.
Microsite designed to showcase Walmart products as they are featured on Pinterest. The magazine-like concept was subsequently utilised for several campaigns. I also led an effort to reimagine the interface on tablets, exploring the 3D and motion capabilities of the famo.us platform.
In-store tablet UI to help shoppers in the toy department. I led the team responsible for the UX from initial prototypes and creative direction to the final interface, branding and fabrication.
Experimental gifting destination powered by Social Genome. Users were recommended gifts based on their friends' social activity, alongside curated gift collections and seasonal campaigns.
Freelance, startup and agency projects.