Working with the in-house team, I re-designed knowledgekids.ca housing games and hundreds of full-length episodes of children’s programming. As the UX/UI Designer for the project, I got to architect, design, and theme the front-end ensuring a consistent look and feel from start to end. The new website was made for today’s ever-growing world of tablets and mobile phones for kids ages 2 - 6.
A design for every season
Developed to handle multiple themes
HTML5 Video Player
Large buttons for those little fingers
Knowledge Kids App
Asset Strategy and Vision
The Knowledge Kids app was developed by an external contractor. My role was to support the brand of KKIDS online and give feedback on look and feel. Because this was developed before the re-design of the Knowledge Kids website, I created a concept of assets that would suit both the app and new website. During this time, I worked with an intern giving direction and guidance to produce the assets.
Fun Friendly Characters
Easily recongnizable by little fans
Graphically bold and colourful
Knowledge Kids on tvOS
Designing for TV
The Knowledge Kids App on tvOS was built by an external Developer. I designed and supplied the assets.
Clean and Simple
Knowledge Kids brand on TV
BBC Kids Website
New Brand, New Website
A simple, straightforward website re-designed to align with the new look for BBC Kids Canada. The brand refresh was done by an external contractor, so my role was to translate the new brand online. I created a style for dynamic content like messaging, shows, and games. I also themed the front-end.
Shows and Games
Emergency Room: Life + Death at VGH
The Emergency Room: Life + Death at VGH is a TV documentary series based in Vancouver, BC. The series included a website where audiences could watch episodes, take a series of interactive polls, and upload their own stories in the ER. Working with the Backend Developer, my role was to build the front-end.
As a concept, I introduced shades of blue and a new angeled element creating a slight evolution of the mother brand. The idea was inspired from the movement of flat design and made to compliment Knowledge's glossy photographic brand.