ui design

Portfolio

VapeWorld.com Website

VapeWorld was looking for a Web Design company who is specialized on interface design for larger scale websites and usability. They needed help with visual redesigning and enhancing the usability of their existing eCommerce website and to make it easier for their customers to browse and purchase bundle products.

Client: Vape World

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Tiscover.com Website

Tiscover AG was looking for a Web Design company who is specialized on interface design for larger scale websites and usability. They needed help with visual redesigning and enhancing the usability of their existing website and to make it easier for their customers to get what they want when they book a vacation. We built a series of wireframes focusing on improvement of usability and consistency on primary and secondary navigation, online booking, local and global search and layout (navigation, buttons, icons, etc.).

Client: Tiscover AG

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City of Hallandale Beach Website

City of Hallandale Beach UI Design

Client: City of Hallandale Beach

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1 Million Gamers Website

1 Million Gamers: Future US is a leading publisher of special-interest magazines and websites and one of the fastest-growing media companies in the US. Pinwheel Media created various user interface design concepts for “1 Million Gamers” social network website.

Client: Future US

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Reel Sassy Website

Reel Sassy Website – UI work

Client: Reel Sassy

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American Express Flash Quiz

American Express: Our client and partner Ogilvy ONE, approached us with a very clever project for American Express Customer Center. Pinwheel Media created a marketing solutions including an E-Quiz / E-Learning template with a fun twist to CSI Theme (Customer Service Investigation). We wanted to create a demo with an engaging and highly thematic feel that helped American Express Customer Service employees educate themselves about company products and latest marketing solutions.

Designing software that people intuitively know how to use is hard. Getting your product to a point that requires a very small learning curve takes a great design and a simple interface. By doing a quick prototype with well-structured information architecture and an understanding of technical capabilities and constraints, we eliminated all the guesswork and production costs significantly dropped.

Client: American Express

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