Kenji leverages creative problem solving and design research to distill complex problems into simple and intuitive solutions that empower users. As a designer at frog, he draws from his diverse background in engineering, industrial design, visual design and branding to craft user experiences that is both innovative and relevant in the market place. At frog, he as worked in a variety of industries with clients such as GE Healthcare, Kaiser Permane...
Patient Summary Concept
Personal project exploring possible layout of a patient summary screen with a vertically scrolling timeline displayed on the left and movable content cards on right.
Practice Fusion Mobile Phone Concept
Part of an internal hackathon, created designs for what the mobile phone experience could be like with animated prototype created using Flinto.
Concept Work: MOCCASIN
3-4 hour exercise in creating a new brand, Moccasin a specialty shoe retailer, and key responsive screens on web and tablet. This concept focuses on large lifestyle charged home screen with a clean utilitarian product selection screen.
Bank of America Concept Study
As a BOA users, I feel their website needs a good updated. And as a quick design exercise, I decided to see how to modernize what they currently have. Some guiding principles were to make it clean, consistent and provide more order as well as make it engaging.
AVITA Diabetes Kit
Avita is the first integrated and personalized hard case kit. Unlike current nylon bag kits, it is durable, waterproof, easy to clean, and compact (smaller than the industry standard, the One Touch Ultra Mini) and to address the user concern of discretion, the kit is disguised as makeup in public. The compact case includes storage space for alcohol wipes, syringe and an insulin vial...
Concept Work: GAMR
This concept work re-imagines what an immersive gaming website could be like, creating a new brand language system with the GAMR logo and green to yellow color tones that represent the fresh, exciting and fun feeling associated with gaming.
Kinetik is an energy harnessing device that stores the kinetic energy a user creates during the day by walking, biking or running, which in turn powers other devices on the go. With renewable energy as an aid, a new type of wearable device can offer a more tangible reward to its users -- energy itself! Via a companion app, the user can access his/her energy harnessing patterns and connect to other users within a location and goal-based network.