a logomark of a green circle with the white letter capitals k and s

CLEM

Interaction Design - Wireframes, 2020

a title image of the mobile app clem, with the logo and wordmark

CLEM is a wellness app for mobile designed specifically for the average sedentary freelance artist. It hosts four main functions: updating calendars, art file tracking from your workspace, a customizable reminders system, and a breaks menu where you can choose a variety of break activities to break up your sit-all-day routine!

a mockup of four phones showing the different functions of clem: the home summary page, the projects page, the calendar, and the break activity page
a woman holds up her phone, using the reminders section in the clem app, while she writes down notes on her notepad
a slide that demonstrates the wireframes of the clem app: breaking down the calendar and projects section
a slide that demonstrates the wireframes of the clem app: breaking down the breaks, reminders, and home section
a phone using the clem app on its end of day function laid out along a notebook, some pencils, and a pair of glasses

This project was a group effort between Bich Ta (branding), Megan Wiebe (prototyping + presentation), Hillary Guzzo (UX plan), Mitchell Dushnisky (UI), and yours truly. I was responsible for designing the framework and writing the base content of the app.