User experience design
User interface design
Laura Morgan is a designer and oddly awesome person living and working in Seattle. Her work is thoughtful, strategic, and research driven. She focuses first on finding the best solution, then on bringing it to life in a way that will excite users. Laura loves the details and gets unnaturally excited from delightful interactions.
I was challenged to create and pitch an original Internet of Things product in five weeks. My partner and I decided that we wanted to make an item that was subtle, personal, and something that would make life just a little bit better. Sightglass allows users to collect media remotely and add it to their vision board. By having a digital board, users can add multimedia content, keep their homes free of clutter, have more privacy of who sees their board, and have multiple boards in the same place.
There is an overwhelmingly large gap between men and women in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Research shows that girls' interest in math and science drops dramatically between the ages of 10 and 14. We were challenged to create an app that keeps girls interested in the STEM subjects as they grow.
Our solution was to create an app that allowed girls to take control and play the role of a scientist. The goal of the game is for the player to make their way from one end of the lab to the other to save it from destruction. While crossing the lab, they run into all sorts of trouble requiring them to solve problems through engineering to continue crossing. The user must use tools and parts to create machines.
Tidbit is a little collection of stories and fun finds to brighten your day. There are limited magazines for young women that aren’t centered around high fashion or beauty, and Tidbit is an alternative choice—a magazine that provides content similar to lifestyle blogs, with fashion, DIY, and short stories.