Android mobile design work focusing on material design and on-boarding experience.
Mobile and Website Design
ROLE & RESPONSIBILITES
I collaborated with the engineers to design a unified experience and a scalable solution for Coleridge Apps’ current products. I created design options to solve current pain points. I presented these ideas to key executives for future development of the product.
THE CHALLENGE, PT 1
There are several parts to this design project. First, currently, users can access Coleridge's App’s two products, Trigger App and Agent App, on two separate websites. This creates an inconsistent experience for users and prevents these products from communicating with one another. It is key to create a brand new yet consistent that is in line with both products. The website prompts users to learn more about the products by going to respective pages, and links to download.
THE CHALLENGE, PT 2
The next part of the challenge is to make design recommendations to qualify Agent App to be featured by Google Playstore. In order to do so, the visual design needs to find a balance between matching Android Material Design Guideline while maintaining current functionalities.
Grid and White Space
Color and Branding
THE CHALLENGE, PT 3
The last part of the challenge is to design the onboarding experience for Agent app. Agent app needs user’s permission to access the calendar, location share and contact to so that Agent automatically saves your battery, silences your phone during meetings, remembers where you’ve parked, auto-responds when you are driving and allows only urgent calls and messages through when you are sleeping.
The goal is to make Agent app feel trustworthy and native as one needs to enable dynamic permissions in context.