Celebrity Chef Tyler Florence had a vision to create beautiful recipes on tablets and phones.
Our research discovered people often flip back and forth from instructions to ingredients. We creatively integrated these recipe essentials to view them simultaneously.
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Yumavore allows you to quickly prepare recipes with photos, videos, and tips.
When the chef is ready to shop, Yumavore collects multiple recipes into a single shopping list, which can be viewed by recipe or store aisle.
Our aesthetic captures the elegance of a modern cookbook with the personality of a traditional family recipe.
Kaiser PermanenteView case study
Designing the future of healthcare for the largest provider in the country.
A personalized experience that allows members to access their healthcare, anytime and anywhere.
We streamlined the way for members to interact with all of their KP services and opportunities.
According to our research efforts, the mobile app was designed to access the most utilized features easily. The app also integrates mobile-specific features such as push notifications.
By simplifying the Kaiser Permanente ecosystem, results show Kaiser health care consumers are using the app up to five times more than the previous version.
Norton AntivirusView case study
Bringing Norton Online into the modern, mobile age.
Redshift recommended a subscription based service for Norton. This method allows customers to push streamlined products to any device.
One central interface gives users access to Norton’s entire product lineup with one-click installation.
One of the biggest hurdles was ensuring that Norton could be pushed to all devices using device-specific installation methods.
Redshift designed and created a touchscreen kiosk that provides rich, interactive visualizations of live data from Norton's online store.
Winner of a 2012 Communicator Award and shortlisted for a 2012 Design Week Award. Norton employees can easily explore patterns in critical data driving the business with one touch.
Google NexusView case study
Google wanted the world to experience the look and feel of the Nexus 7 phone.
We created a rich, interactive site that simulates Nexus 7 features to help consumers imagine the technology in their everyday lives.
We worked with Google’s partner agencies to create the UX strategy for displaying products.
Our objective was to build a world-class product destination site that provides Nexus customers an immersive product simulation with all the necessary product information.
Interactive lists for everyday inspiration.
A fun, interesting twist on the social media platform.
Our app is a visually driven list system that integrates with Google Images API to deliver a beautiful, easy to build list of 5 items that can be viewed in a fun, consumable way.
Lists are made interactive with the ability to share, comment, and add suggestions to existing lists.
Heavy prototyping and testing was done throughout the process.
Look for it in the App Store starting September 2016