Position: UX/UI Consultant
Industry: Photo Sharing App
Frameshot is an app that allows people to send printed photos to anyone in the US for free.
Jeff, the CEO, reached out to me to help him get his app ready for launch. We collaborated closely to prioritize what workflows needed review and which screens and icons needed to be designed.
As I created the missing visual designs, I noticed that the brand wasn't shining through within the app. I created an icon that could be used as the counter to indicate how many free Frameshots the user had left which captured the brand. The idea was embraced and it was implemented throughout the app, and is now the symbol for the app icon.
The app launched in September 2017 for both iOS and Android, and has gotten over 40,000 downloads and 5 star app ratings by December 2017.
Becoming App store ready
Iterating and finalizing the app icon by experimenting with different gradient backgrounds, sizes, and shadows.
Transforming the Onboarding Experience
I worked to bring the onboarding experience up a notch from its previous light, wood-like background to a darker more professional and clean look -- both are shown below.
Creating hi-fi wires for outstanding screens
This included the side navigation, the confirm message, and the success modal screens.