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Management

Year

  • 2021

Role

  • Brand Strategy
  • Brand Design
  • UX Design

Working with a group of homeowners, I helped build the brand and UX design for a home management application that lets realtors easily inform their tenants and maintenance personnel of upcoming items that need their attention.

The Problem

Maintaining a residence is a massive obligation and realtor's support ends at the sale.

The Opportunity

To change the realtor/client relationship from simply helping you buy a home to helping you maintain you home.

The Solution

Create an application that will help realtors keep their clients informed, homes up-to-date, and new homeowners happy.

A brand that reflect home maintenance.

We wanted to develop a brand that reflected the reliability, trustworthiness, and professionalism you want in an app that helps you maintain your home. Inspired by home improvement stores like Home Depot, Lowes, and IKEA, Sysifix c ombines bold, sharp fonts, and traditional, conservative colors with an unmistakable design.

Mapping it out

Sysifix will be launched in two stages and it was important that we had both versions of the application mapped out before we started designing wires. I worked with our development team to map out the features and interactions of the MVP release as well as the planned the more complex final application.

Designed for mobile, made for desktops.

Due to the large number of maintenance notifications and properties that will be managed by the Sysifix application, we imagine most users will use it on their desktops. But I was taught in the ancient art of "mobile first" design and built Sysifix to be as intuitive as possible regardless of which size screen you use it on.