I solve problems by designing seamless user experiences.
Currently @ Chase.
Visual Design, Concept Model
2 weeks | February 2016
I explored different concept maps that dove into deep detail on a single subject to conceptualize a single point and provide a high-level representation of an idea.
Everyone loves receiving handwritten letters and postcards, but it is funny how as we grow older and receive more mail, the proportion of personal correspondence from friends and family tends to shrink.
Over time, we see that the amount of spam mail and bills increase while more meaningful pieces decrease.
I focused on three concepts to map and model and explored the different ways to represent different informative parts of each topic.
In my final digitized conceptual model created in Adobe Illustrator, I focused on the idea of mail as we age over time, as there is a soft spot in my heart for paper mail. There were a few ideas that came before the final version.
Ramen is a staple of college students, but it can also become a gourmet dish. There are different ways to enjoy the meal, depending on your soup base and toppings, or you may choose to stick with your budget-friendly cup noodle.
In all of our lives, we've heard different methods to cure hiccups, and I thought it might be fun to list all of them in a process map. I created a quick visual displaying the instructions of my own go-to cure.