Web

Samples of my web work spanning development, design, product, and UX.

Website redesign for writer, Esther Tseng

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Esther Tseng is a Los Angeles-based food, drinks, and culture writer. I've had the honor of designing and building multiple iterations of her website. This latest iteration highlights her writings for publications and beyond.

Kosas Cosmetics Product Detail Page

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Ongoing responsive Shopify theme development including the launch of a new product detail page which kickstarted a gradual evolution of the site design.

Nightgown, band website

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Nightgown is a band I play in. We are quirky as is our music. The band collected a bunch of wacky gifs to loosely represent our brutalist vibe… and our website was born!

ITK, events listing platform

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ITK is a curated events listing site covering the Los Angeles area that I helped co-found in June 2018. Our team is close to the ground as members of the creative community and actively posting events daily. Site was designed and built by myself, including CMS and email newsletter integration.

DZSTRKRFT, band website

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Website for my solo music project DZSTRKRFT—I got to break out of the box a little bit with the design and layout.

Nasty Gal site checkout

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Nasty Gal's checkout experience underwent a mobile-first redesign emphasizing focus, clarity, and reduced friction. I led UX design and front-end dev.

Nasty Gal layout inventory

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At Nasty Gal, we created a number of layouts to help satisfy a variety business of needs from commerce to marketing to acquistion. I managed an inventory of page layouts (in the spirit of style guides and pattern libraries) to catalog our layouts and help reduce one-off work.

APESHIT, extreme metal webzine

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This is a throwback… APESHIT is a music “webzine” launched in 2002 and pre-dated what we now know as “blogs”. A little trivia: APESHIT began on Blogger (before the Google acquisition), and eventually migrated to the b2 blogging platform (which eventually became WordPres), and then ultimately WordPress itself. Beyond designing and coding, I published news, music reviews, and interviews. The site is now largely dormant but still up.