AURAS
2020
Mobile application concept
 Individual Work
Problem
Around a quarter of migraine sufferers, including myself, experience visual disturbances called auras. Medical professionals require proper monitoring of migraine attacks for treatment, and yet few of the popular migraine apps include detailed tracking of aura.
Goal
Create a user-friendly mobile app that allows migraine sufferers to easily document and share their visual aura with medical professionals and others. The next step is testing prototypes with potential users to affirm design decisions and learn from errors.
Using custom filters and drawing tools, users can visually depict what they've seen after episodes of visual aura. Those who have difficulty looking at screens can record entries through a voice function, while AI translates these voice recordings to text. Finally, entries are sent to recipients as visual media or text via web links, email, or social media posts.

Comments about existing migraine apps from a support group on Facebook

"How Might We" statements to address user pain points


KEYCHAIN.ID
2020
Web application concept for a decentralized digital identity
 Individual Work
Problem
Over one billion people in the world cannot prove their identity. Companies are quickly adopting blockchain technology to build decentralized digital identities, but the average person has difficulty understanding this process.
Goal
Create an accessible and inclusive interface for an imagined digital platform that uses blockchain technology to secure and exchange personal data. The next step is testing prototypes with potential users.
After users sign up, they are taken to a "Get Started" guide, where text and visual media outline the steps to building their digital ID. Afterwards, they can receive or share information with banks, employers, and more. Personal data—like credit scores—are verified by trusted institutions within minutes via blockchain technology.
Feed has option for "List" or "Grid" / "Light" or "Dark" mode — letting users decide their screen preferences.

Design system includes an accessible color scheme that meets WCAG 2.1.

Complex web of identification and verification that validates the need for an accessible digital identity platform.

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