Product design has become a true passion. In the last year Telescope started putting its technologies 'into boxes.' Bo took the creative lead and in that time originated 30 full-scale, social-focused applications. From Celebrity Q&A, to triva, to second screen playalong, to meme generators, visualizations, media-driven sweepstakes, and the list goes on.
A user flow for the Standard Vote application I designed.
A look at some of the Standard Vote unannotated wireframes.
An Illustrator screen of speculative UI/UXs I presented at a Product Creative meeting. These documents were at a pre-wireframe level: enough to communicate function, and stylized. Once presented, if well-received, these products would be given a full treatment.
A set of quick style tests of the Social Poll interface created for Creative review.
A simple document distributed to the sales team suggesting how a live event version of our Socialize product might work.
Three directions for the design of the Social Q&A application that I designed as discussion-starters.
Some illustrative examples of how the Standard Vote product could be customized by potential clients. Used as a part of documentation.
An early pen sketch of the standard vote UX.
A collection of screens from the Poll/Trivia/Predictor applications, illustrating the unskinned look as well as the full range of potential screens.
The user flow, laid out here by our Creative Director Scott Mcfarlin, for Social Q&A. This was the fourth version, his second.
Screens from the Standard Vote unskinned brief, showing the screens of the application.
Simple UX sketches of how the eventual Social Q&A application attached media and loaded new Question/Answer pairs.