This is the Gravy Android app of Gravy (called timeRAZOR previously). It provided guidance over where we wanted to take the website.
This is another screen of the Gravy Android app.
The Gravy team defined the desired site architecture remotely, as all work was developed with a distributed team.
I performed a Competitive Analysis to understand standards, strengths, and weaknesses of other offerings.
The flows for a given sprint were laid-out on a whiteboard and then digitized.
After producing the flows, I developed the Information Architecture.
This is the example of the sketch work I did before each given sprint. In many cases, various alternatives were presented for a given feature.
This is the wireframe for the site homepage on a computer web browser.
This is the example of the event details page. The greatest challenge was to present the large amount of information and functionality in a way that made sense for users.
This is the mobile version of the homepage. Notice the consistency among designs.
This is the tablet version of the event details page.
This is the homepage with visual design applied.
This is the event details page with visual design applied. Notice how color-coding made scanning all the information and functionality easier.
This is the mobile version of event details with visual design applied.
This is the tablet version of event details with visual design applied.