UI/UX Design

Interactive Design Projects for Various Technologies

Rockstar MMORPG Interface Concept - Workinman Interactive

I created this concept while employed with Workinman Interactive. Workinman was hired to to create this MMORPG. The premise of the game was to start virtual bands, create rockstar personas and music using built in digital audio tools, then market yourself by playing virtual gigs, make fans out of other players, and get air play on built in streaming radio stations OR experience the virtual music world as a fan only by attending shows and listening to music. It was a lot of fun to think about and create. This layout did not end up being used, however, for being a detail heavy design, I'm proud of how it turned out.   
2008
When I was working for RES Exhibit Services, I had numerous opportunities to work with interactive technologies that were designed to attract visitors to a trade show exhibit booth. Below, are some examples of applications that I designed for those technologies.  
Interactive Touch-Table Interface Concept - RES Exhibits
2010
I designed the above concept, which was proposed to Oshkosh Defense, to be used as a Surface Table interface within their trade show exhibit. It was not chosen, so I re-used the concept for Textron System's (below). This time it was chosen. I worked with the development team to produce this presentation from concept to completion.

2011
Tablet Interface Rough Concept - RES Exhibits
2011
Interactive Touchscreen - RES Exhibits
The example below is a part of the Bushnell application we produced. This particular project was developed for two different technologies. One was a standard touchscreen and the other was a Microsoft Surface Table. There was quite a bit more content than what I have on display here, but this was one of my favorite sections of it.  
2012
Interactive Illuminate Display - RES Exhibits
The following are examples of an application I created for the Bausch + Lomb exhibit. I designed and developed this one using Flash and Actionscript. It was displayed on a glass projection based touchscreen. 
2010