Usability Evaluation Case Study: Kazanibeauty.com mobile website

Project Summary: The goal of the Kazani usability study was to assess how well the kazanibeauty.com meets a user’s needs in making a an informed-purchase decision and discover areas for actionable improvements to better meet user needs. Based on 10 remote user tests, our research team of 5 members identified three overarching problems, addressed by …

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Design Critique: NPR One (iPhone app)

Introduction NPR One is an audio app that connects users to a stream of public radio news, stories, and podcasts from NPR and local stations. For this critique, I will apply concepts from Don Normans’ The Design of Everyday Things to examine the digital interface of the v1.12.0 version of the NPR One app on …

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Design Story: Find a Park

About the Project The redesign of the New York City Parks & Recreation (NYC Parks) central navigation and ‘Find a Park’ feature was part of a project for Information Architecture and Interaction Design course at Pratt Institute in the Fall 2020. I worked on a team of three, tasked to design a mobile responsive website …

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Design Critique: Canopy

Get Canopy For many New York City dwellers, winter is marked by the notably hot, dry air emanating from their apartment radiator, sparking a renewed online search for a humidifier that is effective, easy to use, and hygienic. Canopy, a new humidifier designed specifically to eliminate the mold that commonly grows in humidifier tanks, is …

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Design Critique: YogaGlo

YogaGlo, or Glo, is an online subscription service offering yoga, meditation, and Pilates classes and programs that match a user’s “level and interests.”  With over 4,000 classes available on their platform, YogaGlo supports user wayfinding to a desired course through establishing and following: Organization systems Labeling systems Navigation systems Searching systems For the purpose of …

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