Redesign New York Times
Redesigning the New York Times app - a UX case study
Note: Official The New York Times team does not do this, This is just a concept our team (Addi Hou, Ke Hu, and Myself) made up with a help fo our professor Renda Morton. The New York Times app loses...
Fitbit: the UX behind the habit of exercise - a UX case study
There are generally three types of people in the world when it comes to exercising: the fitness freaks who exercise all day err' day; the couch potatoes whose walking from the front door to their car would be the extent of their exercise for the day; and the people in between who want to be fit and healthy but need some motivation (aka a kick in the butt) to go to the gym.
Carnival in Salvador
Case Study: Carnival in Salvador
This case study was geared towards developing a microsite for Salvador's Carnival in the state of Bahia, Brazil. The prototypes were developed for a 5 day-sprint using Figma and Adobe XD, and the whole project was organize using Miro and Trello.
Buttsss: A Case Study
I'm excited to share with you the design process behind Buttsss, the most daring collection of round and beautiful butt illustrations in the universe. You can use these graphics in your pitch deck, product screens, marketing campaigns, business presentations, and motivational speeches.
Redesigning SoundCloud with podcast listeners in mind - a case study
Virtually everyone who we spoke to said that they listen to podcasts when they're commuting or travelling. They wanted to be able to download episodes for when they didn't have wifi and some of them wanted to be able to share what they're listening to with friends or family.
Getting a little Headspace - a UX case study
Take a deep breath. It's a phrase that has been used in every situation from dissolving tension in a heated meeting to helping a friend calm down in a panicked moment. This phrase, and the methodology of breathing, meditation, and mindfulness have taken hold of society. And that's where Headspace comes in.
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