Mealtics is a website that wants to make it easy for people to go to a favorite local restaurant and donate a meal (from that very restaurant) to a local homeless shelter or soup kitchen. These are my designs for the very first iteration.
The homepage describes what the application does and provides ways for the user to get involved or learn more.
All Campaigns page
Browse all campaigns.
Individual Campaign page
A simple way to keep track of key user metrics.
Recordhouse, of which I am the designer, started at NYC Mobile Startup Weekend 2013 as an app and site offering to match musicians with local recording studios right for them (equipment, services, price, etc.). Think Airbnb for recording studios. After initial development, the team plans to also launch a venue feature that crowdsources promotion and ticket sales for concerts.
These images include screenshots of the actual site as well as mockups of planned features.
Droplets is a web app I designed and coded for my 'Design and Development of Web and Mobile Apps' class. It uses HTML/CSS/JS/Java and present a simple, gamified way to donate small amounts of money to causes of your choice.
Miscellaneous projects I've worked on:
Brandseen - a surprisingly popular visual brand color recognition game I made with my team (Ari Weinstein and Kevin Xu) at Greylock Hackfest 2012
The Marketing Mix - a website for NYU's first intercollegiate marketing conference, of which I was co-director
AIM Research Company - I created a website, branding, and other marketing content for this pharmaceutical instrument company
Graphic design and flyers - I create many promotional materials for various activities I am a part of, such as World Vision at NYU (humanitarian club), Asian American Christian Fellowship, and Shine a cappella group.
A collection of GIFs made for LIFT, a nonprofit dedicated to lifting people out of poverty for good. The purpose of this was to create empathy for those who are in / have been in impoverished situations, by sharing moments of real stories of LIFT members in a way that is easily related to (and easily sharable!) by anyone.