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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.

    Local Menus

    Hybrid UX/UI
    Design & Code
    Marina del Rey,
    California
    Headquartered in
    Atlanta, Ga.
    Completed
    2009
    My role on this project
    Designer, Front-End Developer, Strategist
    A way to help couples decide on dinner
    Local Menus
    Local Menus was a personal endeavor that I had built with Ruby on Rails for the restaurant industry. I designed and developed all of the frontend materials and coordinated the creation of the backend with hired rails developers.

    The website was geared towards providing couples with the ability to keep track of the dates they’ve been on or want to go on. Everything was inspired by the metaphor of using slips of paper in a clear, plastic bag as a decision-making tool.

    UI Design for a Restaurant Rating Website

    the saved lists

    list details

    viewing a restaurant

    the restaurant admin

    the user dashboard

    the registration screen

    There is no website.
    My role on this project
    Designer, Front-End Developer, Strategist
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    2009
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