Realised in the last 4 years I found that I've been working on a lot of mobile apps. I love multi touchpoint products that work seamlessly from desktop to mobile, but apps are always nice to design. Mainly because of the lack of real estate, everything needs to be thought, prioritised and tested.
Here is a selection of apps I've worked in the last couple of years, most projects include links to the AppStore or Play store and some even have video walkthroughs from various vloggers reviewing the build.
iOS & Android
Fitness & Sport App
Under DNA • Due to launch late July 2020 In 2019/2020 I've worked with a prestigious football club from London to build an app for kids and young adults that followed their academy training routine. The app worked as a training library across a broad taxonomy of activities, from fitness related, AR football training, nutrition knowledge to cognitive games. My role as a Product Designer was to set up and manage the environment (used a ticketing structure mirror to asana), work directly with football coaches to understand and structure features, create UX tasks like user flows, wireframing, brief illustrators, manage our internal design system, prototyping & conduct user testing.
Euro Car Parts - Fit it for me
Eurocarparts is one of the biggest UK car parts dealers, they wanted to extend their business into generating leads to small and commercial garage chains by offering a service to find and book a local fitting garage right from their shopping basket.
Goals: Create a journey for 'Fit it for me' service and seamless integration with the current basket
Wizarding World App - Warner Bros & J.K. Rowling. The one stop destination for everything Harry Potter
The Wizarding World is one of the world's leading franchises with the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts stories/films being huge hits. It includes patterns for learning, social discovery, mixed content, gamification designed for a mixed audience of teenagers and adults.
Imagine, you are at lunchtime with your colleagues, how many times have you bumped into the situation of not knowing the menu of you local company canteen or cafeteria? This is an app that solves just this, it always shows the menu of more than 30 BASF eating spots throughout their offices in Germany.
Worked on the 1.0 version of the app and CMS, login, registration, onboarding, filtering, menu selection.