Design sprints are a way to rapidly ideate a solution in a short amount of time, typically a week. I collaborated with 3 other UX Designers to redesign a website for a local non-profit in Hamilton, ON. We were given 5 days for the design sprint that concluded with a "stakeholder" presentation.
I used responsive web design principles to create a marketing website for my capstone project, Personable. This complimentary project challenged me to expand on my understanding of Personable's branding, it's use cases, and how elements would interact when the viewport size is changed.
This is the coordinating UI Library for my Capstone project, Personable. It is organized using Atomic Design principles. It starts with components in their simplest forms, atoms. It then starts to build and grow as atoms are combined into molecules, molecules into organisms, organisms into templates, and then finally templates into high fidelity pages.
During my 12 week long bootcamp, I had the opportunity in week 10, to participate in my first 24-hour design challenge. It was led and judged by BrainStation's industry and hiring partner, Google. We worked in inter-disciplinary teams to find a solution to the given problem space.
My capstone, Personable, is a solution to the loneliness many young adults feel and experience today. I went through the entire UX design process to create a solution that encourages and facilitates making meaningful connections between users, by means of personality matching.
To keep my UI skills sharp, I'm participating in a 100 day UI Challenge hosted by DailyUI. Each week day, I will be posting a new project that coordinates with the challenge for that day. Have a look at what I've accomplished so far!