Automated Pharmacy Solutions (Hardware & Software)
As a part of my work in healthcare and pharmacy automation, I have had the great opportunity to create both hardware and software designs. This Spiderbot was created to sort and bottle medications within hospital and retail pharmacies. The machine features a tablet attachment, which allows pharmacists to operate the machine from any location, including remotely. I also created complete software concepts to accompany the hardware design.
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Automated Pharmacy Software (Hours of Administration)
This software, featured on the hardware in the previous slide, is known as Hours of Administration software. It provides pharmacists with an overview of their patients, prescriptions and fill statuses. It allows pharmacists to manage patients' prescriptions and provide specific information for medication. It was designed for mobile devices, which can also be attached to the hardware. Note: Client name has been removed.
Medical Device Concept Development
One of my favorite things is working with engineers to turn technical requirements (or even doodles on napkins) into beautiful user experiences through hardware and software design. I was hired to create a group of concepts for an internal, refillable, and portable cartridge designed for insertion into a larger machine. The colors represent days of the week for organization within a filling facility.
Illustration & Interactive Graphics for Training
I was hired by an agency to create a series of illustrations and interactive graphics for a training module to educate new employees on the proper temperatures for storing medical goods. The project included many cool details, such as 3D models for storage rooms, quiz layouts, and this realistic, slightly stylized, interactive thermostat. I'm a fan of skeuomorphism, particularly for training and educational purposes.
Mobile Data Plan Management App
This UX and visual design is for a mobile data management application. Designed for mobile, tablet, and desktop use, the software allows managers and carriers to quickly read and understand data usage across thousands of devices within group plans. For example, a carrier or plan manager can quickly understand how much data is being used across a team, investigate usage, and update plans as needed in close-to-real-time.
Mobile App Visual Design
Tasked with designing an app for an aging population with limited eyesight and dexterity, I created this concept which uses large type, clear iconography, and intuitive controls for ease of use.
Manual Medication Dispenser (Concept Sketches)
These sketches are for a custom-branded medication dispenser, intended for pharmacies and their patients. The goal was to create a manual dispenser that can hold a variety of medications, packaged by dosage. The project consisted of many sketches and ideas and one final selection. These are the sketches associated with one of the ideas. Note: Client is not AstraZeneca.
Manual Medication Dispenser (Model & Rendering)
Upon approval of my sketches, I modeled and rendered beauty shots as proof of concept. Note: Client is not AstraZeneca.
"When You Need Someone, Volume One" Album Cover Illustration
Nashville-based singer/songwriter and lifelong friend, Mike Meadows, approached me to create cover art for his upcoming EP. After listening to the album, I imagined bringing his childhood home to life and rooting it in the sky. I created an exact 3D model, at scale, of his family's home, using exterior photos I took and Google Maps. His roots run deep, as the painting depicts, and it felt like a fitting image to represent his album's themes. The EP is available exclusively on iTunes.
3D Modeling for Games & Simulation
Many of my passion projects are centered on finding relationships between my artistic skills and new technologies. I love modeling and painting characters and environments, and I welcome opportunities to pursue 3D for the purposes of games, training, or simulation. "Heroine" is a character concept created for one of my personal projects.
Switch LED Lightbulb Concept Packaging
My client wanted to showcase the elegant design of its lightbulb in a low-cost, recyclable, and hangable package. I proposed a card design that served a dual purpose: It allowed the bulb to take center stage while also acting as an informative brochure educating shoppers about LED lighting.
Firefly Identity & Package Design
Firefly is a little laser lamp that earned more than $500,000 in a successful Kickstarter campaign. The Firefly's identity, iconography, and packaging design contributed to its success. I received a United States Patent for the packaging enclosure design.
Blood Pressure Monitor Design
When designing an interface for a black and white LCD screen, your options are inherently limited, which can be very exciting. I created this screen detail to demonstrate that even with technical hardware limitations, you can still have beautiful, usable design.
Commercial Appliance Typography
Typography can be compelling even with the restrictions of 7 and 16-segment LCD displays (like your alarm clock numbers). These concepts for high-end, modern appliance screens depicted a lot of ways masking can be used to create new forms of typography not typically associated with standard 7 or 16-segment characters. Many of my clients approach me to develop concepts that incorporate beautiful design in unexpected ways.
Clementine + Goose Identity Design
I was approached by a maker who wanted an irreverent identity for her handmade, Waldorf-inspired toys. The final identity was inspired by vintage illustration and the playfulness and imagination of the Waldorf era.
CardAgain Identity Design
I take a lot of pride in working for people and companies I believe in. This identity design is for a company that lets users convert gift card balances into charitable donations to benefit various organizations. A noble idea that needed a cute and joyous, but still serious, identity.
Witte Photography Identity Design
Identity for a Richmond, Virginia-based photographer.