Please excuse my appearance at this time, the site is still under construction!
QuickCycle is a startup online bicycle retailer/reseller. One of the core features of their website is the interface by which users find the ‘right’ bike within QuickCycle's sizable inventory. I was tasked with the UX and visual design for this interface.
I designed two different entry points into the search results page, and extensive filtering and sorting options, so the user can effectively navigate through the large inventory.
check out the clickable prototype here: http://student.2013.ixd.siemsen.us/zuckerman/productfinder/
how she became dvf
A short biography on how Diane von Furstenberg's divorce from her fairytale prince jumpstarted her career as a fashion icon.
A group collaboration where we created a lunch delivery service for elementary school students to make healthy choices.
The informational brochure that would be sent home to parents explaining the lunch delivery program and iPad application.
boarding pass redesign
Some things that we come into contact with daily happen to be very poorly designed. I was given the challenge of re-designing a particularly poorly designed document that people use every day. I personally found frustration with boarding passes issued by all airlines. Regardless of whether you're a frequent flier or it's your first time on a plane, all travelers would benefit from a clear and concise boarding pass. In my redesign, I focused on the hierarchy of information presented to the two different audiences of this document: passengers and TSA agents.
A book about the five senses experienced while inside a coffeeshop. Made in the Kranzberg book studio.
Quotes takes from the beginning and the end of Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston.
world population change
An infographic depicting the changes in populations in all countries of the world from 2000 to 2010.