Tim Hanson is a UX/UI Designer based in Brooklyn, New York. His aim is to enrich and improve people’s lives through design.
In this project my group developed a mobile app. The app aims to help the user get rid of everyday things that aren't commonly seen on buying/selling platforms but often end seen in landfills. Community Basket provides options to sustainably get rid of things via selling or donating to a nonprofit in need.
Nonprofit Website Redesign
For this project we were tasked with selecting a nonprofit with an out-of-date website. The nonprofit I selected was the Telluride Historical Museum. Over the course of 5 weeks I redesigned their website from the ground up to better suit responsive web design standards.
USDA Website Redesign
For this project I redesigned the website for a U.S. Government Agency. The United States Department of Agriculture's website was in need of an aesthetic and functional update. UX Research was conducted by a group and any UX/UI design was done by myself.
Skyler Knutzen, a close friend and filmmaker in Brooklyn, New York wanted his website redesigned a bit. It coincided with my time in my UX/UI Bootcamp so I offered up my services so long as I could put the finished product in my portfolio. Here you will see a little refresh to his portfolios overall aesthetic and layout.