Pacific Science Center
Working in collaboration with Artifact Technologies, Jina took on the complete redesign of their Apps' user interface (UI). She created all of the vibrant and fun characteristics seen below, including the bright color pallet, and completely redesigned old illustrations to make them appeal to children - the key demographic for the game. Jina overhauled the UI’s fonts, icons, and navigation, while keeping the rules of the game the same. Below are some of the clients favorite screens, about one-tenth of the final delivered game.
Tomorrow Corp is an app that coincided with a seasonal installation at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle, Washington. The game was designed and engineered by Artifact technologies, to lead players to different locations within the installation at PSC, to learn
about important scientific people from around the globe and from different time
periods. Jina was tasked with redesigning the UI and some UX, reimagining the illustrations of the key people, to keep young minds engaged.
APP DESIGN FROM WIREFRAME TO MARKET
Jina was brought in to this project working with an outside team of super savvy techies. As Jina is known to do, she happily followed their direction and adhered to the design process that works best for them.
Designing any UI will be most successful when the product has brand standards to begin with. In this case of a redesign, since the entire look of the app was changing, Jina created the brand standards first, then designed the UI. In the end, the client received brand standards to apply to other associated products, and deliverables that were to come.
DESIGNING FOR KIDS
"In most cases when we're designing for kids, we're also designing for the adults that will help them navigate the app. We must keep both audiences in mind at all times, because if we lose one due to confusion or disinterest, then we've lost both and the product fails." - Jina Constantin
RESPONSIVE APP & LANDING PAGE
Jina designed this responsive app for mobile and tablet; plus for those who accessed the app on a desktop, she designed a landing page with instructions on how to download the app on to mobile devices, and links to the app stores.