My goal with this project was to bring the Eventbrite event listing up to a responsive design, which has the potential to grow alongside the rest of our product as we re-work our event creation experience and our purchase flow. Aside from making the page responsive, one of the other big things that the business wanted to accomplish with this project was to normalize the look and feel of our listings so that consumers would know what to expect.
By moving ticket selection to a modal it also allows the page to let the event description convince its viewers that the event is worthwhile before asking them to decide whether they want to attend or not. Once they decide they do want to go, the purchase modal provides a very focused purchase experience.
I worked as both UI and UX design for the first several months, but was later graced with the UX chops of Jeff Zundel to help polish up the interactions before launch.
Over the past several years I've worked on a suite of reserved seating products. The latest of which is manage section. Where an event organizer can, in real time, watch how their event is selling. They can also do things like transfer an attendee from one seat to another, or release some seats that were held from being on sale to the public.
The other two parts are Seat Designer: A self service seatmap creator, an Pick a Seat: A consumer facing seat selection interface.
I was tasked with drawing a comprehensive icon set that we could "own". Enter the Eventbrite Icons (Most people in the building call them Kycons because thats what I had labeled them when I was drawing them :D). At the time we were using the font Omnes Pro, and wanted an icon set that paired well not only with its round shapes, but also looked good with the 2 weights we used most, Regular and Semi-Bold. I drew them using a 41x41 pixel grid and a 3px line weight. that way there could be an exact center line where needed. There are ~220 icons in total.
Recently, Eventbrite changed our typeface to Benton Sans so I am working on redrawing the icon set to compliment it.
Was part of a team to brand our at event ticket sales app. We landed on Neon, I did the app icon, stylized Eventbrite logo, A set of neon tube inspired numerals for a countdown clock, and some intro screen animations.
On rare occasion, I get the opportunity to design logos on the side. Its not generally part of my day to day, but I enjoy it whenever I get the chance.
Here are a bunch of illustrations, animations, and doodles i've done. Some of them were used on t-shirts, apps, or websites, some of them are just personal stuff.
In 2016 I've been drawing every single day and posting my progress on Crummy Figures, my tumblr blog.