2020's Motorola Edge has a waterfall type display and we decided to take advantage of that form factor to showcase light indications on the edge of the phone. The edge lights can be seen when the phone is on or off and even it's facing down.
Edge was the first Motorola phone to feature wireless charging functionality. It also allows the user to share battery power with other compatible phones. This is a tutorial showing the user how the "Power sharing" setup works.
This Moto Action helps our users to enter Split Screen mode with a simple gesture. The tutorial invites our users to try this new feature.
With Android starting to support Dark Theme natively, we had to create compatible version of our apps. Here's the Moto Actions typical UI structure converted to Dark.
These are tutorial animations used in our Moto Actions section. Lottie format is our choice for animations because of their excellent rendering and low file size.
With Android starting to support Dark Theme natively, we had to create compatible version of our apps. Here's the FM Radio UI converted to Dark.
We introduced gestures to control our user's television experience, such as brightness, sound, channels etc. This is a tutorial we created to present this new functionality.
With Android starting to support Dark Theme natively, we had to create compatible version of our apps. Here's the DTV UI converted to Dark.
Here are some examples of illustrations created for our Moto Tips section. The "Getting started" page was created for the new Motorola Razr, in which we educate our users on how to take advantage of its foldable form factor.
Moto App submission video for the Brazil Design Awards 2019 in the category "Digital Applications"
Credits: UI designers - Cezar Bianchi, Otávio Campos / UX designers - Lauren Schwendimann, Kim Takeuchi / Researcher - Vivian Lemes / Copywriter - Tim Mies / Management - Elisa Vargas, Tim Schavitz / Tech lead - Wendel de Assis / Revision - Rayza Cavalcante / Video - Otávio Campos
This project is about creating a place where the client can check a list with every interaction he had with our website products. In a timeline fashion, he could view which products he bought, reviewed, added to his wishlist etc.
Redesign of how our products are displayed in our website. Below, there is the specification of how each element of the page should behave.
Redesign of our product page.
This is a prototype of how our faceted navigation should work. The client could sort results based on several criteria, such as price, reviews, brands etc. We’ve came up with a study of the most relevant criteria for each product line.
This implementation led me to constant interaction with teams from the USA. The tool was called Bazaarvoice, and the entire tech team was based in Austin, TX. That implementation was very successful for our company, since it increased significantly the amount of customers reviews on our website. Even better, we created custom review forms for over 30 different product lines. This helped our customers make better decisions by consulting and delivering useful information on their experiences.
Visual presentation of POSpulse’s dashboards.