UX/UI App Design

the dyrt App Redesign

The redesign of the dyrt mobile app aimed to resolve the challenges of finding suitable campsites tailored to specific needs, such as family amenities, remote locations, RV compatibility, and adding a trip planing feature. Enhancing the overall user experience for campers with diverse preferences and requirements.

The goal of the project was to create a highly customizable and user-friendly campsite booking mobile app that caters to the unique camping preferences and requirements of different demographics, ensuring a seamless planning experience and encouraging more people to engage with the great outdoors.

Wallet Warden App V 1.0

The “Wallet Warden” project was initiated to address a common issue: the gap in financial literacy and effective personal financial management among young to mid-career individuals. Despite earning potential, many in this demographic struggle with budgeting, saving for the future, and debt management. Wallet Warden to empower these individuals with knowledge and resources, “Wallet Warden” combines budgeting, saving, and investing tools, offering a solution for financial health and informed financial decision-making.

The primary goal of the “Wallet Warden” project is to enhance financial wellness for users by delivering a personalized, engaging UX that simplifies complex financial concepts and daily money management. Through this UX design process, we aim to create an intuitive and educational platform that encourages better financial habits, with a focus on a customizable personal AI. This AI will generate tailored text reminders about purchases, helping users make informed spending decisions and progress towards their financial goals efficiently.

Below is a video that I created that shows off the app as well as a typical user journey.


The video is almost 10 minutes long. I hope you packed a lunch.

Wallet Warden App V 2.0 (focus on inclusivity)

Redesigning this app with a focus on inclusivity is crucial because it ensures that everyone, regardless of their background or abilities, can access and benefit from its features. Inclusivity in design addresses the unique challenges and needs of diverse users, promoting equality and preventing marginalization. It extends the app’s reach and impact, making financial literacy tools accessible to a broader audience. This approach not only enhances user satisfaction and engagement but also fosters social equity by providing all users with the tools they need to manage their finances effectively. Ultimately, an inclusive design contributes to building a more equitable and understanding society.

The addition of customizable language settings and accessibility options represents a significant, intersectional enhancement in our app. These features are designed to meet the diverse needs of various groups, ensuring that all users can navigate and utilize the app more effectively and inclusively.

I’ve added a link to a visual guide that illustrates how credit scores influence purchasing power and interest rates. This resource aims to demystify credit mechanics, providing users with clear, actionable insights to make informed financial decisions and optimize their economic potential.

The 50/30/20 budgeting model is a practical framework designed to help users establish and maintain a healthy financial balance. By allocating 50% of income to necessities, 30% to wants, and 20% to savings or debt repayment, this method encourages consistent tracking of expenses, fostering greater awareness and control over where money is spent.

The net worth visual provides a straightforward explanation of how to calculate net worth by summarizing the total value of assets minus liabilities. This clear, visual approach helps users easily understand their financial standing, encouraging better financial planning and decision-making.