Human Interface &
Communication Designer.

Case Studies

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Communication Design

Impressions

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Human Interface Design

Wise

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Dynamic Media

Dissent

Communication Design

Impressions

Impressions is Boston University's bi-annual dental alumni magazine. I have worked as the principal designer of Impressions since 2019.

The design of Impressions is constantly evolving. It is forward-looking, professional, and engaging. Each issue invites the reader to connect online through BU's website and social media channels.

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Human Interface Design

Wise

Wise is an online platform concept designed for adult learners. Wise was inspired by my time as a digital literacy instructor.

Many adult learners rely on their smartphone for internet connection. Wise allows them to stay connected with their teachers and learn on the go.

I designed workflows for studying, testing, and reporting. Each workflow was tested and iterated on based on the results of qualitative usability studies and user interviews with learners and educators.

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Dynamic Media

Dissent

“Dissent” examines the connection between availability and advancement in technology and social movements.

The project traces counterculture in history. Beginning with the invention of the zine and ending with the hashtag. Documenting ‘containers for dissent’, including the photocopier, online forums, and social media posts.

“Dissent” includes an ‘analog to digital’ timeline, research abstract, and keynote presentation.

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