In 2017, I was a UX / Visual Design intern at Ipreo. Below is an overview of the projects I completed during the internship.

INTERNAL VISUAL SYSTEM

THE BRIEF

I was tasked with creating a visual system that showcased Ipreo's brand across multiple platforms, including their online login page, PowerPoint decks,
and infographics.

THE SOLUTION

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Final Image - Version 1

 For headers, bullet points, and page dividers

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Final Image - Version 2

For decorative imagery with no type

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Final Image - Version 3

For infographics and displaying text

Ipreo is a financial services company that powers the networks that connect capital to ideas. I wanted to create a theme that reflected the company's tagline, with an intricate "network" of intersecting points in their trademark navy and sky blue color palette. After many iterations, the resulting image was a low-poly abstracted landscape that could be adapted for different platforms.

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The theme applied to Ipreo's login interface, conveying the companies message and statistics

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The theme applied to an infographic I designed

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The theme applied to PowerPoint deck graphics

THE PROCESS

Iterations

I played with contrast to increase potential readability. I also considered incorporating a skyline, as Ipreo is located in cities across the globe.

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Progression to Final Image

I designed the constellation pattern to visually imply the connection of capital and ideas. I first selected a photo that could be abstracted and mimicked Ipreo's color scheme, then mapped out the line out and filled the vector triangles.

CUI MOBILE APPLICATION

THE BRIEF

I was asked to create conversational user interface mobile application for Ipreo's clients from the ground up. 

THE SOLUTION

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The app allows buyers and sellers to send out event invitations to clients using voice commands while on-the-go. Users can choose to receive notifications when clients open their respective invitations and then use the calendar feature to schedule appointment times.

THE PROCESS

Whiteboarding

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Using company's personas, I mapped out how about how the app screens would flow, layout ideas, and additional features.

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Progression to Final Interface Design

Taskflow

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I grouped my iterations by version. Every time I received feedback, I created a new version. There ended up being 10. My task flow is laid out linearly, so that I can scroll through screens quickly

THE FINAL INTERFACE

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Home screen notifications

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Top client targets screen

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Top client targets screen -

drop down

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Top targets screen -
voice command, attachment

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Top targets screen - voice command, confirmation

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Top targets screen -
voice command, sent invitation

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Home screen notifications

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Home screen notifications

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Home screen notifications

BRAND GUIDELINES REDESIGN

THE BRIEF

I was tasked with re-designing and updating Ipreo's employee brand guidelines, including how to use the company's logo variations, color palette, and typography.

THE SOLUTION