I created this comp to promote the idea for revamping the existing slashdot.com site. The main feature of the site is the launch of a new app created to aggregate and measure sales leads.
This is the first draft of a dashboard for app to measure viability of sales leads. It was decided that this dark version wasn’t going to work for accessibility. Darn. 🙂
This is a microsite built for the Breg Flex app and sensor, designed to gather leads and educate health care providers. I designed the microsite and developed the WordPress site, customizing a theme to get the site up quickly.
This is an early incarnation of the Breg.com Business Solutions home page. The design is meant to be bright with lots of white space. It’s difficult to illustrate and differentiate between software offerings so my approach was to keep things simple and open. Our target audience is practice administrators and doctors. The rectangles were set up to allow users to click …
Friendly introduction to the Breg corporate leadership. Clicking on a photo opens the bio in a modal window.
The product categories page is meant to be a no-nonsense approach. Customers and reps liked the old breg.com product categories page so we only updated it and made it cleaner, with additional condition, activity level and size sorting options.
I included a body menu with clickable body parts to make video easy to find and fun to interact with. Tabs were used to allow easy navigation to product how-to, condition educational, treatment education and post-surgery care videos and information. Doctors send their patients to these pages after surgery or injury. This solution is meant to be intuitive for patients …
Lots of white space and very open – intended to simplify very complicated information. Designed and built in 2007.