Category Archive for: Uncategorized

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    Clockwise

    In the fall of 2017, I created a series of mockups to help custom t-shirt printing company, Clockwise, improve their end-to-end customer experience across desktop, mobile and email. UX design included the introduction and education process, along with end-to-end order customization and customer support, including enhanced order histories, 1-click reordering, inventory management with an online sales portal for designers.

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    The Laundry Chute App v2

    While the first version of the TLC mobile app looked and functioned great, we learned that users still needed some help understanding how to get set up to use TLC and also how to manage their laundry through the wash process. Taking that feedback, we redesigned the primary screen to provide a better onboarding experience and present clear information to the users regarding the status of their wash and any actions they must take.

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    The Laundry Chute v2

    After a successful pilot year at the University of Pittsburgh, The Laundry Chute was ready to go all-in and that included a complete overhaul of all systems. We redesigned the mobile app, the website, the iPad app, and even helped in the construction of all new locker system. With renewed marketing initiatives we’re confident that TLC is poised to become an extremely successful company.

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    Whittaker Guns

    Build in Motion offers a complete e-commerce solution called Swift. The web interface of that platform was developed several years ago and was in desperate need of an update. We worked with Whittaker Guns to build the best mobile shopping experience and increase mobile sales and provide a quality shopping experience on every device.

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    UPMC Thyroseq

    UPMC had developed a new Thyroid Cancer test that was more accurate than others and was in need of a website to help doctors and patients understand what the test is, how it works, and when it is necessary. As a joint venture between UPMC and CBL Path, we were required to design hybrid branding. The site also allows doctors and patients to ask questions which are then routed to appropriate personnel.

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    Boston Sports Journal

    Boston Sports Journal was the first spin-off project from Dejan Kovacevic’s wildly popular and successful premium content website, DKPittsburghSports.com. On this project, I borrowed a lot of the architecture from DK’s site but worked closely with the client on logo design, app design, training on the content management system and simply digital strategy. In under 3 months, BSJ has registered over 6000 paying subscribers.

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    FedEx Damage Auditing App

    FedEx was in need of an upgrade to a legacy application used to audit damage to products in the warehouse. In the warehouse, minimizing the number or damaged goods is paramount. Build in Motion developed an application designed for ease-of-use in the toughest of condition’s to help FedEx’s warehouse customers monitor and eliminate product damage.

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    RJM Wireless

    When RJM Wireless contacted me for a new website, their existing website looked like it hadn’t been touched since 1999. They wanted a new, fresher look that would help attract bright young engineers to their firm. RJM’s firm gets contracted out by the big wireless companies to be the real “Can you hear me now?” guys. But they do much more than that. Check them out!

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    Build in Motion v2

    After a year and a half of the old website, that didn’t explain much about us other than the fact we built software, it was time to show the world what kind of stuff we actually do at Build in Motion. The new website features a work portfolio and information about our product offerings, Swift and Catalyst, and portrays the company in a more professional manner.

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    DK Pittsburgh Sports

    DK Pittsburgh Sports is the first independent sports journalism outfit in the country to run a business based primarily on user subscriptions. After 3 years, DK needed new apps and fast. Within 6 weeks of contacting us, Build in Motion built brand new native iOS and Android apps with authentication integrated into his existing Wordpress system.