Simple Drag & Drop Photo Uploader Having fun exploring some interactions for a drag & drop photo uploader thing. Check out the larger version for details. Feedback welcome! A t...
Viewing and Deleting Objects within a Carousel Playing with ideas on how to view and delete objects using a side scrolling carousel interaction. Once choosing to delete an object, the user has t...
Modals In Modals! (😱) Happy Friday, friends! So, I've been exploring ways of viewing modals within modals to solve some complex nav problems for a client – and trying t...
Handling multiple values for an object in a form Exploring how we could allow users to provide multiple values for a single form object in a simple but scalable way. This shot shows 3 potential so...
Experticity "Edu-Game" Quiz UI A handful of months ago I worked with the awesome team at Experticity to design a native interface for their "Edu-Games" – essentially a fun and qu...
Isometric wireframes for the win! Happy Friday, friends! Just sharing some simple wireframes I recently did for a client. Always love doing this quick work within Sketch. Made with...
Icons for Web App Some quick icons I worked up for a client's web app. Still working through the details, but the idea is for each icon to highlight individual eleme...
Experticity Case Study As we've wrapped up our work with the awesome folks at Experticity, we're working on creating a case study that captures our mobile product design ...
Renaming Feature Hello! This is a quick glimpse into a project where we helped our client implement a new feature that allowed their customers to easily rename obje...
Product Flow Redesign Playing with some ideas on how we might improve the design of one of our client's products. The goal would be to increase conversion and overall us...
Native Training for Experticity Happy Friday, friends! One of the core features that Experticity provides its members is brand training, which currently exists only on the web an...
Friday Hack Project: Redesign Park SLC App Each friday afternoon, the @Underbelly team gets together and hacks on projects: stuff we want to learn, ideas we have, problems we want to solve. ...