Android splash screen.
OnForce

RealizrApp

Appcelerator's Titanium development platformiOS app

As the sole designer, I led the team's efforts in interaction and visual design, creating screen mockups, wireframes, and workflows, as well as ensuring that the look, feel, and interaction methods of the app were compliant with the recently-released Ice Cream Sandwich style guide. During the course of development, I worked closely with our technology team to implement the design work, re-working screens and design elements as needed to collaboratively solve a variety of technical challenges.
Additional Images 
The home screen of the Android app is a launcher that allows access to each part of the app.
The summary view of an in-progress, or "accepted," OnForce work order in the Android app. This view provides an OnForce field technician with the critical information they need to perform the work, while providing acces to several key action. The blue color ties to the accepted icon on the launcher.
The summary view of an incoming, or "new," OnForce work order. This view provides different information and actions, being optimized for quick review of the information that will help the technician decide if they wish to accept the work. The green color ties to the "new" icon on the launcher.
A dialog screen for adding a note to an accepted work order, using ICS-style controls.
A dialog screen for making an offer to a new work order, using ICS-style controls.
The general list view of accepted work orders, with date dividers.
The general list view of new work orders, with date dividers.