I worked on the Glass product at Border Stylo. The product began as a Firefox extension, and later progressed as a Chrome extension, web product, and mobile product. The purpose was to allow users to leave messages or "slides" on top of any website to have private conversations with whomever they choose.
• I used XUL (XML User Interface Language) to create the UI of the browser extension product. Luckily, later we were able to switch to an HTML and CSS based interface which gave a lot more freedom in the look and feel of the interface.
• The design team led a product-wide redesign which included the browser extensions and web product. I led the information architecture work and created in-depth wireframes and user flows to make the products more scalable in the future.
• I performed project management tasks and wrote product specifications and created comps so all teams could follow criteria to output the intended result.
• I also helped with designing merchandise and convention materials to promote the product.
• I started and led user research strategies to conduct interviews and do in-house usability testing to gain qualitative insight when designing the product.
• I wrote personas and scenarios for our products to refer to when designing experiences as well as marketing.