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👋 Hi... I'm Kim Leibowitz L.Ac
UX Designer / Front-End Engineer
"With a passion for wellness...Kim utilizes insights and research to solve complex problems that emerge in the human experience."
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Often, when children are placed with a foster care family, there is little to no warning a child is about to be dropped off on your doorstep with only the clothes on their back.
It can take days or weeks to receive needed items from donors.
Additionally, COVID concerns have negatively impacted the operating hours of physical donation centers, often leaving foster families without a network of donors.
Virtual Foster Closet provides foster families:
The ability to easily create a request of items they need for their foster child (children) and have a donor reach out and donate said items.
Updates potential donors with specific requests via text notifications on their mobile phone.
At the beginning of my design process I created wireframes for testing purposes.
Based on user needs and user journey, I laid out content and functionality for all pages
In order to establish and reach MVP, several iterations of wireframes were utilized to be able to implement new features and improve user flow.
Designed high-fidelity wireframes taking into account the user story and the user experience to create a clean and simple design that was easy to navigate.
Once I tested out all usability mistakes, I started designing the final screens in draw.io
Clean and simple minimalist visual style
Inspired by research of popular Baby Registry sites
Utilized Tachyons and Material-UI to deliver themes that were customizable, cross browser compatible and 100% responsive, to preserve the user experience, as well as the look and feel across all devices.
I am proud of solving a problem our team encountered by figuring out how to extract deeply nested objects utilizing map method.
The final design addresses user needs and allows users to quickly connect with donors?