UX • VISUAL DESIGN • BRANDING

Triib on the go

Triib on the go

Triib on the go

Triib on the go

Exploring

COMING SOON…

15 months of a global collaborative effort, over 400+ screens designed and iterated through, animations explored, a branded guide for developing future screens. There are so many things to talk about with this project.

Exploring

COMING SOON…

15 months of a global collaborative effort, over 400+ screens designed and iterated through, animations explored, a branded guide for developing future screens. There are so many things to talk about with this project.

experience

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Social Feed

One of the most important things about creating the social feed for me was getting everyone onboard with the idea of removing like counts. This new iteration of the platform we were developing was about creating human connects and fostering encouragement through community.

We were comforted by our decision when it was announced eight months later that Facebook/Instagram were testing the idea on their platforms. 🤔😉

Social Feed

One of the most important things about creating the social feed for me was getting everyone onboard with the idea of removing like counts. This new iteration of the platform we were developing was about creating human connects and fostering encouragement through community.

We were comforted by our decision when it was announced eight months later that Facebook/Instagram were testing the idea on their platforms. 🤔😉

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navigation

In revamping the navigation, it was important to be able to get to everything in as few a clicks as possible. It was also equally important to keep learned behaviors to a minimum without forcing users to retrain when a new version with new features came out. Regardless of role (admin, athlete, staff, coach), the click/tap path was always the same.

navigation

In revamping the navigation, it was important to be able to get to everything in as few a clicks as possible. It was also equally important to keep learned behaviors to a minimum without forcing users to retrain when a new version with new features came out. Regardless of role (admin, athlete, staff, coach), the click/tap path was always the same.

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Video

Communication comes in many forms and for gyms we wanted them to be unimcombered by the platform; that meant being able to use images, animated GIFs, audio, and video. The previous platform couldn't support video in the mobile app and this was an exciting win for us, for the company, for the users.

Video

Communication comes in many forms and for gyms we wanted them to be unimcombered by the platform; that meant being able to use images, animated GIFs, audio, and video. The previous platform couldn't support video in the mobile app and this was an exciting win for us, for the company, for the users.

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