Galileo is a service used to organize online groups that hosts in-person and virtual events for people with similar interests.
As the sole UX designer, I helped bring Galileo from concept to reality through research, wireframing, visual design, user testing, and collaboration with developers.
Creating a storyboard helped me communicate with stakeholders about what makes Galileo unique.
For each feature phase, I went through cycles of requirements, consensus, approvals, detailed specs, and handoffs.
I drew several versions of the highest priority screens. Along with a Pinterest board, these visuals helped us determine visual style and patterns.
I designed and executed a user testing plan. While the survey collected data from a wide range of users, in-depth user testing told us more about each of our user groups in detail.
The process of creating the app icon also helped us define our visual style. You can see custom illustrations I created for Galileo throughout the app.
These mockups were created for both iOS and Android.
View the Invision clickable prototype with the final mockups here.