Beyond Pricing coming soon!

There’s a disproportionate amount of art > design on my process log. I’m happy to be able to start showing more design now that I’m leading this at Beyond.

You can see a few more related screenshots on dribbble.

If you want a sneak peek of the product, target user or not, we’re looking to show a Beta and gather some thoughts. Let me know if you’re interested: susan(at)beyondstays.com

SBP. More progress! Have you ever seen the backside of a marker piece? Sometimes the backside is as interesting as the frontside. Life adage or something, right?

Doodles. Check out this haunting motion piece, Danielle. I sketched that while watching those 5 minutes. She really does have that gaze. The happy little tree sketch is inspired by my Kinokuniya tote.

Supplies. A hoard of various papers from Flax! A little Moomin who will now live on my traveling pouch of sketch materials. Thanks Liz!

[Operation Portfolio] Y’know, it’s the never ending quest of sprucing up your college portfolio. Here we go, a much needed (1) usability update and (2) design clean-up.
I’m keeping the same visual look & feel since it has been successful. Plus, I’m also a junkie for #0099ff and will probably never let that shade of blue go.
Goal: Launch Iteration 1 by 10/31/10.
You can see the beta in progress here (though be warned it’s still a mess right now!).

[Operation Portfolio] Y’know, it’s the never ending quest of sprucing up your college portfolio. Here we go, a much needed (1) usability update and (2) design clean-up.

I’m keeping the same visual look & feel since it has been successful. Plus, I’m also a junkie for #0099ff and will probably never let that shade of blue go.

Goal: Launch Iteration 1 by 10/31/10.

You can see the beta in progress here (though be warned it’s still a mess right now!).

Trees for Soot [Soot = Indie Game developing this semester] and this is a watercolor background that will be fixed under some layers of parallax scrolling snow.

Trees for Soot [Soot = Indie Game developing this semester] and this is a watercolor background that will be fixed under some layers of parallax scrolling snow.

These series of watercolors are all from March.. I just haven’t had the chance to scan any of them due to killer semester!
Here we go: Audrey Kawasaki study. All the women she paints are gorgeous. Who doesn’t love her stuff?

These series of watercolors are all from March.. I just haven’t had the chance to scan any of them due to killer semester!

Here we go: Audrey Kawasaki study. All the women she paints are gorgeous. Who doesn’t love her stuff?

I’m back; lately I’ve been binge painting… Here is some realism: a portrait of a geek.

I’m back; lately I’ve been binge painting… Here is some realism: a portrait of a geek.

If you haven’t noticed, my paper prototype was sitting on a colored pen sketch. I uncovered a few drawings from last year which I never shared. Here is my favorite of the bunch, Set me Free. Quick sketches have a sort of distinct, alluring energy.

If you haven’t noticed, my paper prototype was sitting on a colored pen sketch. I uncovered a few drawings from last year which I never shared. Here is my favorite of the bunch, Set me Free. Quick sketches have a sort of distinct, alluring energy.

I, the wanna-be interior designer, uploaded some photographs of my current college bedroom.

I, the wanna-be interior designer, uploaded some photographs of my current college bedroom.

A still from my keynote flash animation which will serve as my redesigned portfolio’s new welcome graphic.

A still from my keynote flash animation which will serve as my redesigned portfolio’s new welcome graphic.