Wells Fargo App Redesign
The current Wells Fargo iOS App has been a real struggle to use ever since downloading it to my iPhone. I love redesigning apps that I feel could be improved and so this is one of my designs that I designed on my free time.
The main focus of the redesign was simplicity and clarity. From the login to the accounts view. I really love using Touch ID for other bank apps and so I thought that would bring an added measure of simplicity to the login screen. The current app is cluttered with ads and other promotions. I wanted to ignore the clutter and focus on the task at hand. I've designed out 5 additional screens for this app and I hope to add them on my site or dribbble soon.
In May of 2015 I created a collection of watch-face designs that I wanted to bring to the Pebble Smartwatch. I posted on Reddit looking to partner up with someone who could help me develop the watch-faces. That's when I met Kristof from Belgium. Since meeting on Reddit we've created a successful Kickstarter campaign, an LLC, and a fully fledged payment system for our collection of watchfaces. We have also developed of team of 12 developers that help to create fully customizable, modern, and useful Pebble apps and watch-faces. These are two of my favorite designs that we've designed and developed.
I had the great privilege to work with the team at Adobe and creating an Infographic for Super Bowl 50. This infographic was designed and created using set analytics that were gathered from Adobe Index.
Motion Graphic Work
I have a huge passion for motion graphic work. I love to create new concepts with Adobe After Effects and try and push the limits for high fidelity prototypes. This GIF was done with Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Photoshop. You can see more of my motion graphic work on my dribbble account.
In May of 2015, my business partner and I set out to create a way for us to charge money for our watch-faces that we had designed and developed for the Pebble Smartwatch. After a successful Kickstarter campaign we got enough funding to put the payment system in place and we formed Kiezel Watchfaces. This system gained interest in the Pebble developer community and also Pebble themselves. Pebble flew us out to their Headquarters in San Fransisco, California. We were able to meet with them about discuss the system we had developed and set forth our new plans at creating a payment system that all developers could use to sell their apps and watch-faces. That's when we created KiezelPay LLC.
The design and front-end development was a daunting task. From creating our homepage, to creating a real-time dashboard. Our main task was creating a solution that allowed developers the ease of adding it to their apps and watch-faces. We also wanted to make a easy simple solution for end users to be able to purchase the products. Many design wireframes and alterations went into this product and we feel it is a solid answer to a big problem in the Pebble community.
We released our public release of KiezelPay on March 29, 2016. Checkout kiezelpay.com to learn more.