Client: Dave Mazierski.
Media: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator.
Audience: Undergraduate students.
Objective: Make a digital tonal illustration of the anatomy of the anterior neck and inferior lateral cervical region. A specimen from the J. C. B. Grant's Museum was used as the primary reference for this illustration.
Last updated in January, 2018.
UI / UX, Product
Mobile app for e-mental health and substance use
Vigo Lab, University of British Columbia
Photoshop, Illustrator, Figma, Invision
Mobile app for Android & iOS
Design a welcoming experience and look for an e-mental health app that:
Invites users to learn about managing their wellness in an exploratory manner;
Guides users to suitable resources in the community.
This app is part of an ongoing (2021-) student e-mental health research study and will eventually be made available to university students in Canada.
This collaboration between Julia Devorak and I included:
Designing the user experience: user persona and flow analysis, wireframing and high-fidelity mockups;
Designing the user interface, including the visual identity of Minder;
Following best practices for iOS (Apple Human Interface Design) and Android (Google Material Design) and multi-device responsiveness.
University students in Canada (subclinical population). Especially:
New / international students;
Older, disillusioned students.
More case study & process info coming soon!
Flow and architecture
More coming soon!