Uber partnered with Visa and announced the first Uber's credit card launch with cash back rewards and no annual fee. The campaign landing page was an ultimate information guide for people to learn more and apply for the card the very same day online. It was a scalable project that hit media immediately and you can see more articles in Forbes and USA TODAY.
uberPride is a campaign to celebrating the pride of LGBTQ community and equality. The campaign page delivers excitement look and feel of festive and used bright rainbow colors to embrace the pride. A number of LGBTQ celebrities participated as an influencer to the project and had led to explosive page views.
Also, in UberBlog, people can find more pride news in their current cities by search.
Calendar UX - Choosing dates
This UX design exercise is specifically focused on choosing flight date screen (calendar) to see how users can quickly and efficiently pick flight dates and easily switch out from one way to round trips or between flight dates than any other frustrating calendar apps that are outside in the current market.
Wash report UI kit
Wash Laundry owns and maintains laundry machines hosted by colleges, hotels, and laundromats for a share of the profit.
This reporting application concept enables Wash Laundry and their clients to view reports of the profit and statements for their specific locations. They can also submit or follow-up on service requests.
Internal users of Wash Laundry may analyze profit from any client. External users of clients can view their own company only. All users can filter by zip code or a particular building they have access to view.
Iconography for a marketing and branding company.
My work process for iconography starts with hand sketches. I transferred the work to computer and completed digital explorations and variations, a few for each one, and received feedback.
I created a design system including the thickness of an icon, style, and more. I then applied the design system to each of the icons for a consistent result.