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#1
A Case Study for a Healthcare Payment Platform
UX & Interface Design
2020
#2
A Case Study for a National Homebuilding Company
UX & Visual Design
2019
#3
A Case Study for an Assignment Photography Site
UX, Visual Design & Code
2018
#4
A Case Study for a Multi-Regional Real Estate Firm
Code & Art Direction
2017
#5
A Case Study for a Visual Marketing Calendar
UX & Interface Design
2016
#6
A Case Study for a National Youth Leadership Org
UX, Visual Design & Code
2016
#7
A Case Study for an American Car Maker
Art Direction, Visual Design
2015
#8
A Case Study for a Multi-national Consumer Goods Co.
Visual Design
2015
#9
A Case Study for a Drive-thru Quick-lube Chain
UX & Visual Design
2015
#10
A Case Study for a Direct-to-Consumer Solar Company
UX & Visual Design
2014
#11
A Case Study for a Basketball Statistics App
UX & Visual Design

My last name is Verhine, pronounced like wolverine.

Hi, I'm J.J.

I am a UX/UI Designer & Front-end Developer originally from Atlanta, and now living on the west side of Los Angeles. Read more...

Feel free to call or text me
directly at (757) 342-5654.

    Atomized

    Hybrid UX/UI
    Design & Code
    Marina del Rey,
    California
    Headquartered in
    Atlanta, Ga.
    Completed
    2017
    My role on this project
    Art Director and Designer
    Keeping track of the smallest details across an entire organization
    Atomized
    Founded by a former Facebook exec, Atomized makes easy-to-edit visual calendars for brands and agencies that encompass the functionality of editorial calendars, marketing communications calendars, brand planning calendars and publishing calendars.

    UX & Interface Design for a Visual Marketing Calendar

    The High-Level Interface

    The goal of this redesign was to address the pain points and bottlenecks of the previous design while visualizing the data using as much of the viewport as possible. I aimed to achieve that with an expandable interface that sat around the outer edges of the screen.
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    The Page-Level Interface

    Now that we've examined the interface around the edges, let's dig into the guts of the app and show data visualization, page hierarchy and layout, and how each page co-exists with the high-level interface.
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    Earlier Attempts to Improve the Calendar

    Prior to engaging in the full-bodied redesign above, I worked with the Atomized team to make the calendar experience more intuitive. Some of these observations below ultimately found their way into the redesign above.
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    Earlier Attempts to Improve the Delivery of Content

    The team had originally developed the app to account for a limited number of assets for each flight. The challenge was to design a screen that would encourage user behavior to change by delimiting capacity so that what used to be done with several flights can now be accomplished with one.

    I recommended a compartmentalized fullscreen modal solution that allows the user to navigate between assets easily and view the flight history without feeling overwhelmed.
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    My role on this project
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