To me, being a UX designer is like being a drummer: you focus on rhythm (keeping or breaking it) and provide a structural foundation for the other elements to exist on top of.
I wanted to make this portfolio an exercise in focusing on that rhythm, making it as minimalist as I could. Something that used the fewest elements needed to still maintain that hierarchy and information architecture.
But that proved to be a little boring for most visitors, so I built this button:
If the visuals are the tip of the iceberg, I’m interested in the part that’s floating under the water. Things like the information architecture, the mechanics and logic of a complicated filter interface, or making sure that your various UI elements scale and behave properly at any screen size and across devices are the parts of a project that I get the most excited. This duotone route let me really focus on that.