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Advanced English for Business

2015 Tabby Award winner for best business iPad Tablet App in the category of Education, Training and HR.

Advanced English for Business originally started out as a web-only solution for enterprise-level learners. These corporate learners asked for a mobile app that could mirror the web experience. AEB mobile compliments the web application in goal progress, activity progress, and testing.

It is currently available on the iTunes app store, but requires a corporate license to access it.

Apple Watch Vocabulary App

This app was developed as a companion app for Advanced English for Business (above).  This app enables learners to practice English on-the-go, at a glance. With simply a look at their wrists, learners can see vocabulary flash cards tied to their current AEB lesson, providing not only the word and definition, but also speech-enabled practice capabilities (using our speech recognition technology).

Every year Rosetta Stone sets aside a week to allow their employees to take a break from their regular tasks to work on prototyping ideas.  This idea was selected from over 50 proposals to schedule and build.  I won the “Extreme Awesomeness Award,” an internal corporate award for my role in designing this app (three person team).

It is currently available on the iTunes app store, but requires a corporate license to access it..


Administration Tools

This is a major enterprise dashboard tool for administrators to manage large batches of users and assign product licenses. This was successfully designed and built to solve real technical constraints and address business needs to offer value to enterprise customers.

The InVision prototype was built in grayscale with little visual style so the broader product team could understand the user experience. This allowed the design team the freedom to explore different visual styles and create a separate visual style guide for the product. Throughout the process, the prototype became a core tool for design deliverables, communicating new features, and testing concepts with potential users.