UX/UI Portfolio

Welcome to My UX/UI Portfolio

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My Website Development

The images you will find show the process and design stages to develop the site you are currently on.

This website was created from scratch, utilizing bootstrap, javascript and snippets of code altered to fit within my design.

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Mohawk College Zoom Information Page

After the pandemic sent everyone to working from home, the college had to act quickly and prepare documentation to help new users navigate the installation process and useful tips on the features or issues they may encounter. This was a joint project with a student developer on our team.

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Coffee App Concept

Mohawk College Second Year Student Project

This project's goal was to take a faux client's requirements for a new app design that highlighted the beans and showcased quality photos.

In this project, I did use stock photography to demonstrate the potential look. If this were a real project, I would create the final with custom photography to establish brand recognition and custom imagery.

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Sustainability Header

Mohawk College Online Project

As part of the online development team, I was tasked with creating imagery to highlight this micro-credential course's topics. These are the Animated Banners for each part of the course. Each one representing my interpretation of the subject being discussed.

Each section of this course was given a colour scheme, and each banner animation uses only that colour palette.

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Hamilton Health Sciences Website Redesign

Mohawk College Student Project - In Co-operation with Marketing Students

I was approached by a group of marketing students to assist with a project as requested by the Educational Group of the Hamilton Health Sciences team, bring a fresh look to their website, and utilize social media. This was a volunteer project and was a great experience working with a different program and its students.

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