yahoo! mobile

The Yahoo! Mobile site helps users learn about all of Yahoo!’s mobile offerings: Yahoo! Go, a client app; Yahoo! Mobile Web; and Yahoo!’s SMS solutions.

This version was designed for the launch of Yahoo! Go 2.0 in time for CES 2007.

In addition to product info, it also guided the user through the process of downloading and installing a client app on their devices.

Go to Yahoo! Mobile (since redesigned)

Role: Design/Project Lead; Designer: Arlo Rose

Yahoo!, 2006-2007

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yahoo! portals

The broadband team was responsible for developing web solutions for partners.

Left – At&T Homezone Web Remote where users can schedule and manage DVR recordings online.

Right – Rogers Yahoo! portal for DSL subscribers.

Yahoo!, 2006

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my yahoo!

In addition to redesigning yahoo.com, the team was also working on a new version of My Yahoo! (image on the right).

I played an active role in the process but transferred to another division at Yahoo! before it launched.

Go to My Yahoo!

Yahoo!, 2006

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yahoo.com

The image on the right shows the redesigned Yahoo! front page.

When I started running the design team, they were about halfway through the redesign.

Design Directors: Joy Mountford, Daniela Jorge

Go to yahoo.com

Yahoo!, 2006

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webchart

WebChart is a web-based application that allows Kaiser doctors to access their schedules as well as patient information.

Role: Design lead, designer, along with Heidi Strazdus

Kaiser Permanente, 2000

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casetracker

This web-based application is used by hospitals to track patients at Kaiser hospitals.

Role: Designer

Kaiser Permanente, 2000

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kponline

Left – TeleDerm, enables Kaiser patients in primary-care clinics to consult with dermatologists in other locations.

Right – Design for kponline.org appointment center

Kaiser Permanente, 2000

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kpit

Concepts for a redesign for the KPIT intranet site.

The client started out with a requirement for a conservative site and as the project progressed, the requirements changed to a design that was fun, colorful, and “hip”.

Role: Design lead, designer, along with Heidi Strazdus

Kaiser Permanente, 2000

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kp design center

The Design Center included a styleguide and process for creating internet content at Kaiser.

Role: Design lead, designer, along with Tim Anspaugh

Kaiser Permanente, 1999-2000

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kp wps showcase

Online portfolio of the Web Portal Services Design group.

Role: Designer

Kaiser Permanente, 1999

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kodak ceo

The CEO site had information for customers, employees, and shareholders. It also had iPix tours of the CEO’s office.

Role: Design lead

Kodak, 1998

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photo chat

PhotoChat a java-based chat application that allowed users to share their photos in chat rooms.

Users were also able to write comments or draw right on top of the picture being shown.

Their comments and drawings would fade out after some time had passed, creating more room for additional conversations.

Role: Design and project lead

Kodak, 1997

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picture this

This was one of the first electronic postcard sites, it allowed users to upload their own pictures and customize them with a border and a greeting.

It also offered animated shockwave postcards and nearly doubled the number of visitors to kodak.com.

Awards: Shockwave Site of the Day Dec. 20, 1996; Netscape’s What’s Cool

Role: Design and project lead

Kodak, 1996

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nagano/sydney olympics

As a major sponsor of the Olympic Games, Kodak created a sitelet for the Nagano/Sydney Olympics.

Role: Design lead

Kodak, 1996

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photography tips

Guide with picture taking tips.

Role: Design and implementation

Kodak, 1996

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kodak brasil

In addition to leading the redesign of kodak.com, I worked with several regional offices to localize the design.

This example is of Kodak Brasil which won several awards: IBest 2000; IBest ’99; Guia Internet da Folha

Kodak, 1998

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kodak.com v3

Third redesign of kodak.com where I was project lead.

Read the case study on the redesign

Kodak, 1996-1998

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kodak.com v2

Top – original version of kodak.com (I was not the designer on this version).

The rights on the images in the frames was expiring, so instead of using four images, I used one spanning across the frames.

A developer then implemented a script that randomly loaded the image from a set of ten photos.

Kodak, 1996-1998

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brasil 2000

My sister and I created this site for a group of our friends who were coming to Brasil for the Millennium celebration.

Role: Design and implementation. Co-designed with Mikha Jorge.

1999

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portfolio 2000

Online portfolio.

2000

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portfolio 1998

Online portfolio.

1998

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portfolio 1996-1997

Online portfolios.

RIT, 1996-1997

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portfolio 1995

Online portfolio.

RIT, 1995

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