In 2014, I was asked to assist with the UX and Visual Design of a new "identity aggregation" startup in San Francisco. The idea was to allow for "influencers" (be they celebrities, thought leaders, or brands) to have a single home on the web to which to point your browser or app to see the latest content from them. Most "personal brands" on the web had no fewer than three or four places to keep up with (Insta, FB, Twitter, Whosay, etc.), so at the time it made sense. These are sketches from my time with them, leading both UX and Visual Design.
A cross-platform Burberry campaign, envisioned as a single home with thisis.me.
An influencer, as envisined with a single home on thisis.me.
|Client or employer||thisis.me|
|My involvement||UX, Visual Design, Creative Technologist (Prototyping)|
|Teams||Product Manager, Engineering Lead|