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2021
UX & Interface Design for a Multi-Payment Platform
2
2020
UX & UI Design for a National Homebuilding Company
3
2019
UX Design & Code for an Assignment Photography Site
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2018
Code & Art Direction for a Multi-Regional Real Estate Firm
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2017
Product Design for a Visual Marketing Calendar
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2016
Design & Code for a National Youth Leadership Organization
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2016
Art Direction, Interface Design for an American Car Maker
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2015
Product Design for a Multi-national Consumer Goods Co.
9
2015
Responsive Design for a Drive-thru Quick-lube Chain
10
2015
Responsive Design for a D2C Solar Company
11
2014
UX + UI Design for a Basketball Stats App designed for iOS

My last name is Verhine, pronounced like wolverine.

Hi, I'm JJ.

I'm a Designer/Developer Hybrid positioned at the intersection of UX Research, Interface Design, Interactive Prototyping, Brand Design and Front-end Development.

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Cadillac Jack
Cadillac Jack
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Headquartered in
Atlanta, Ga.
Completed
2013
My role on this project
UI Design, Concepting, UX
UX, Interface
Design & Code
Los Angeles,
California
Slot Machine Tournament Director
Another developer and I created an iPad app that would allow Casinos to manage their slot machine tournaments from the floor. Special attention was given to the operator responsible for signing up and managing large pools of players.

The color blue was given to everything player-related, the color red was given to everything machine-related. And since both players & machines would combine to form tournaments, the color purple is used to indicate everything tournament-related.

Product Design for a Class II/III Gaming Company

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The navigation was reevaluated after testing with an initial pool of operators. The navigation around the edges felt to us like "easy access" in a loud, fast-paced environment, but instead was interpreted, not as links, but as descriptive labels for the content. The hierarchy was ambiguous.

Naturally, I felt that a better solution was out there and further exploration led to the changes seen below.

responsive tablet views

Overall, the interface would begin mimicking the subtle texture of felt, the kind found on tables in casinos.

My role on this project
UI Design, Concepting, UX
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