Virtually all of the work I did at JLR remains bound by NDA.
I did interaction design for a project that eventually became the Land Rover Comfort Controller App. The app istelf is a bit rough around the edges, but the interactions are as I specified. The app was released two years after I did initial design. Once the app was designed in Portland, it moved to offices in the UK to be readied for production. It was released in spring of 2018.
This app allows rear-seat vehicle occupants to control the rear seat comfort functions (HVAC, heated/cooled seats, massage).
2013 - 2015
iGrafx Dashboards allow customers to view many things about their Enterprise Model in one place.
Japanese Text Support
iGrafx has customers all around the world. To better support the cultural needs of our customers I worked to use new CSS3 features to support the appropriate display of native text wherever possible. This also shows some of the responsive design work I did.
You'll notice this sample is a different color. The iGrafx platform allowed for themes and I often switched between my favorites (I designed and wrote the CSS for all the themes).
The heart of the iGrafx product is enterprise modelling. This is one type of enterprise object page.
Much of the work done to create an enterprise model also involves diagrams of processes. This is an early design for an web-based diagram editor.
I designed a system that allowed users to query their enterprise models to generate various reports. Businesses love reports.
User, Group and Role Management system
Administrative users need a way to manage users, groups and security roles. This is part of the system I designed.
AutoBidMaster Mobile Concept
Mobile was a large percentage of AutoBidMaster's traffic when I started working there. This was one of the possible solutions under consideration.
AutoBidMaster Shipping Calculator
AutoBidMaster offers help to users who want to ship the vehicles they win at auction. This shipping calculator will help sell shipping by better showing the value of what the user is ordering.
AutoBidMaster Parts Product Detail Page
I was asked to come up with what it might look like if AutoBidMaster were to offer parts to users. This is what I delivered.
Job Interview Samples
These are samples I have worked on for potential employers. There were not for Kaiser, but Kaiser was the website I was directed to look at. I started as I sometimes do, with a hand-sketched wireframe.
2011 - 2013
MotoSport "Storefront" Wireframe
This is an example of a wireframe I created. The wireframe serves as a first step before a high fidelity mockup in many projects. This wireframe is meant to solve issues we found on our "storefront" pages during user testing.
MotoSport Home Redesign
I designed a new main landing page. The content of the page reflects a new corporate strategy adding focus on generating more unique content.
We rolled out a new megamenu to help the user find product faster. User tests have shown the menu to be effective.
MotoSport Blog Redesign
As the company chose to have an increased focus on original content, the blog redesign was started. This design for a blog category page allows for advertising and content discovery.
MotoSport "Enthusiast" Footer
MotoSport has a very niche market. With this footer we were trying to give a more "enthusiast" feel to the website.
MotoSport Online Return Concept
This was a concept design for what an online returns process might look like. The project was shelved.
MotoSport.com Checkout Optimization
I was tasked with increasing MotoSport's ecommerce metrics (primarily conversion rate and average order value). A key component of that to create a better flowing checkout process. This is my vision for an optimized checkout flow.
Product Detail Page 2012
One of my first projects at MotoSport was to design a new product detail page. After working with the key players this is the design we chose. It outperformed the old product detail page in an A/B test.
Product Detail Page 2013
There was a desire among management to create a PDP with more content. This is the concept. It builds on the success of the 2012 version and adds additional value. You'll notice a modified motorcycle selector in the header as well.
MotoSport Mobile OEM Shopping Experience
MotoSport Mobile is an ever evolving project. The first version of the mobile site was very basic, to prove the concept. We've continued to upgrade it to add more functionality. This is the OEM product listing page concept.
MotoSport Mobile Version 2
The original mobile version of MotoSport was a stop gap measure. Not everyone was convinced mobile was as essential to the business as it proved to be in the year after we launched the mobile site. The redesign was to build upon the success of the first version while adding the functionality we didn't have time to address last year. The examples here are the primary navigation (where orange represents an icon that hadn't yet been designed), the product listing page and the cart slider.
2007 - 2011
Motorcycle-USA and Motorcycle-Superstore
Motorcycle-USA Redesign Concept
In my final weeks at Motorcycle-USA I began working on the redesign project for the content side of the business. These were very early phase mockups that went unused after I left.
The user experience lead was responsible for the overall look of the Motorcycle Superstore redesign. As the junior user experience designer I was responsible for individual pages and site components. The brands page you see below was a design that was never used. The item multiview modal and the mobile site are currently in use.
Motorcycle Superstore Mobile
Motorcycle Superstore Application
I designed a new online application for Motorcycle Superstore.