For this project, I had the chance to depart from my usual corporate aesthetic and really rock out. Sinister Dexter called for neon marquees, old leather, and parchement paper. Think of Stax playing in an old San Francisco speakeasy… where groovy tunes meet an “olde-timey” city style and there you have Sinister Dexter.
The primary objective for this project was to create a professional, accessible, and informative intranet presence for Kaiser’s Capital Planning Department. With a UI like this, who wouldn’t want to read their process and procedure information all day long?
I partnered with Kaiser Permanente to propagate their “FitnessTracker” exercise program across five Bay Area medical centers. This is an online program that encourages employees of Kaiser Permanente to exercise every day by recording their miles, steps, or minutes of activity.
In addition to the new interface design, I built a more robust “Admin Panel” where each medical center now has the freedom to edit participant statistics. I have also programmed new features with PHP and MySQL for the program’s participants. Most notably, is the option for employees to join or manage a team of participants.
The challenge for this project was to organize nearly a decade’s worth of information into an easy-to-navigate web site. Now, every TPMG award winner is neatly accompanied by a short biography plus links to posters, brochures, and information about fellow awardees.
Sometimes, even smarty-pants physicians get tongue tied. So, Kaiser developed a series of online tutorials for physicians on how to handle situations with care and sensitivity. This is an interactive Flash web site I developed with video and audio. So, kindly turn your speakers on and up.
In 2008, my husband and I moved to London, to experience living and working in another country. “Mihita” was my personal blog about some of our zany adventures abroad. This was my very first foray with WordPress theming and hoo-boy, I was hooked!