As MyQ expands it’s partnerships in the smart home space, there arises a need to better display those partners in the mobile app. This proposed design showcases Myq’s partnerships with leading IoT companies in the industry, including Google, Nest, IFTTT, and others.
Chamberlain Wi-Fi Help Section
Chamberlain is the leading manufacturer of garage door openers, but staying that way means staying ahead of technology. Their newest line of GDOs is wi-fi enabled, which is great, but also comes with a learning curve. They asked me to design a new section of their website to compensate for that learning curve. Using the brand guidelines, which I audited myself, users can now be walked through the installation process online (mobile, web, or tablet).
Controlling your garage door with your mobile device means more than just opening and closing, it means setting up alerts, adjusting settings, adding/deleting devices, linking partners, and much more. Bringing developers, stakeholders, and UX together means putting everyone on the same page, quite literally. This superflow I put together does just that on one giant poster.
Allstate reached out to an agency I worked at for a kiosk design.
Allowing a user to have a device act on it's own at a specific time on a specific day is a scheduling feature that was recently added to the MyQ app. We had to think through the easiest way to walk the user through the setup process while maintaining security and sending out the proper notifications.
American Nuclear Society
The American Nuclear Society held a conference to clarify public nuclear radiation. Sounds scary right? The walk walked users through what kinds of things that would expose them to radiation and the output was a number that stated "how radiated you are".
Working for the Chicago Tribune (Tribune DIgital), I had the opportunity to work on the ForSaleByOwner.com website. Shown here are a few of the comps provides for approval.
DeVry University and Keller Graduate School of Management needed an extranet designed so they could sell school merchandise to it's students and their families. During this project, I designed the look & Feel, based off of their brand guidelines, which involved the shopping cart experience.
Notifi is a home camera system that allows users to "answer" the door from anywhere. The system comes with a camera, doorbell, and light that allow a homeowner to see who is at the door and communicate with them on a 2-way microphone. The only thing missing is an easy to use app that allows the user to set the system up, adjust settings, and invite other users to view their camera. A full set of wireframes were hashed out along with the look & feel.