The YouMap Site We went live with the YouMap site a few days ago and there’s a few things I would like to point out that we were able to accomplish even in a fairl...
YouMap's site is live! After a design sprint, user testing and lots of internal feedback (and client feedback!), the face of YouMap is up. Right now, you can request ea...
YouMap Intro Animation and Launch Screen Earlier in the beta for YouMap we followed Apple’s suggestion of previewing the UI for the launch screen nib. I’m a big fan of this approach. Unfor...
Icon Process When discussing icons at different resolutions, there appears to be some debate. Should icons be the same, but scaled appropriately? Or, as shown h...
Icon Party for YouMap I like icons. I like them so much, I drew all of them for YouMap. Do you like icons too? If you do, you should become an alpha tester for YouMap, ...
Simplifying a post flow Making sure that a user’s path to share content in an understandable and easy manner is extremely important to this project. If the post flow has t...
Marketing site design for Air Lookout I’m finally getting around to finalizing the design and starting to build the Air Lookout site design. It needs to match the personality of the app...
Air Lookout is live!! I’m excited to say that Air Lookout is now available on the App Store! Thanks to everyone who provided feedback on Dribbble. Although I didn’t have...
Air Lookout App Store Screenshots For the last few days I have been working on getting ready to submit Air Lookout to the iOS App Store for review. Part of that time includes figuri...
Air Lookout’s tabs Here I’m showing all the top level views of Air Lookout’s tabs. From left to right: Air quality at the user’s current location, top 10 cities with...
Introducing: Air Lookout Here goes nothing… Air Lookout is an app to quickly find and understand air quality at your current location. It reads all of it’s data from the U...
Coming Soon… I’m really excited to share what I have been up to in my spare time… but not quite yet :) The final stretch for building an app is always the hard...