Physical systems engineering often feels like navigating a dense labyrinth. Engineers face challenges where hours quickly turn into days, and clear solutions can be elusive. This case study showcases my effort to unravel these complexities, with the goal of arming engineers with tools that optimize their product life cycles with efficiency and precision.
The University of Massachusetts system, with its vast and diverse infrastructure, mirrors the challenges faced by military network operators: the pressing need for real-time, critical decision-making tools. This case study, inspired by a confidential military initiative, delves into the design and implementation of "Campus Connect," a network topology and monitoring tool tailored for the UMass system.
Below are a series of UX projects conducted for the content management system (CMS) of a website builder and marketing tool for a digital marketing real-estate company. This website builder and marketing tool was specifically designed to fulfill the needs of real estate agents and their brokerages. From housing marketing material to enabling agents to build their own content, this platform allows clients to utilize a variety of real-estate themed tools.
Overgrowth is an experimental piece that nods to themes of newness and development while centralizing around the texture and consistency of oil paint.
Expansion is an abstract work inspired by rolling waves and glimmering reflections from the sun. Layered with texture, this work emulates the ever changing essence of the ocean as it washes over its viewer.
P2P applications like Venmo have helped transform the sending and receiving of money into a type of social networking, especially for Millennials and Gen-Zs. And while sending and receiving money is available at the tap of a button, sharing a meal or activity with more than two people forces users to undergo a tedious multi-step process if they want to be paid back in full. Below is a new concept feature designed to allow Venmo users to split bills in real-time.