The portfolio of Trevor Phillippi

I’m a digital product designer with strong technical skills. I design and implement solutions to solve human problems with technology. I believe that code is craft and learning to how to make things opens one’s eyes to the things that need to be made.

Note: This new site is currently being developed for my job-application process for graduation. It is changing/getting cleaned up every day.

Walk With Me

Walk With Me is an iOS app designed to help address personal safety issues. Walk With Me was designed and built in a weekend at PennAppsX and won top prizes from Facebook & Uber.

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IXD/Visual Design, Obj-C/Pop Animation

Trump

Trump is a social game made natively for iOS. Trump won at PennApps, a Division 1 Hackathon, placing in the top ten projects out of several hundred. I designed and help build it.

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IXD/Visual Design, Obj-C

Gutenberg

Gutenberg is an experimental type tester for learning and playing with web typography. Built in AngularJS and Node.js. It’s a for print designers and beginner developers to explore.

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IXD/Visual Design, Node/AngularJS

Resumazing

Resumazing helps job seekers get noticed by offering feedback on their resumes powered by big data and machine learning. I designed our site and product, and built both.

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IxD/Visual Design, HTML/CSS, AngularJS

Bathchat

Bathchat was built for Software Design & Documentation at Rensselaer. Bathchat explores the pensive nature of the bath through a unique sharing experience.

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IXD/Visual Design

SIS 2.0

The “Student Information System” at Rensselaer is notoriously bad. For an HCI class, I decided to redesign the system around course planning and scheduling, and build a sample Angular app.

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IxD/Visual Design, HTML/CSS, AngularJS

CDTA Redesign

I worked to redesign the Capital District Transportation Authority’s existing desktop and mobile web site as a responsive site while working for Troy Web Consulting.

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IXD/Visual Design

Selected Writing

Code as Craft

posted in design, craft

A long time ago, architects worked side-by-side with builders on construction projects, called "Master Builders". We can learn a lot from this process.

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Designing for Disparity

posted in design, development

How do we balance the desire to innovate and move forward with the need to consider underprivileged users? What living in Ethiopia taught me about Product Design.

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