WIREFRAMING and PROTOTYPING
I thought about everything the user would need and want to do and where it should be accessible. I knew that a thoughtful information architecture would be key to ensuring that the user wouldn't leave or feel lost. I wireframed the structure of the app for user flow and interactions. The wireframes include several sections: splitting a bill and tip, reminders, finding friends and setting up accounts through the bank and or credit card. I began working on wireframes for individual screens and interactions within the app, including user flows for success/error interactions and rules for when to use them. When I started laying out the wireframes I liked the ease and simplicity of the screen. Once I went into prototyping I kept the clean aesthetic for ease of the user,
I’m Cat. I am an illustrator and graphic designer passionate about creating art and inspired by other people’s art. A few things I enjoy are a strong cup of coffee and my iPad.
Though originally from the southeast, I have lived in New York, San Francisco, Nashville and now Atlanta. I have had the pleasure of working for publications such as Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Country Living, Oprah and Good Housekeeping. I have also designed packaging for Disney and Pressman Toys. The last several years I have been a freelance Art Director for Edible Nashville magazine and Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle magazine, I have drawn maps and illustrations for many chambers of commerce and farmers markets and am currently illustrating a children's book that will be published 2023.
To see what I’m working on now, follow me @cat.kahnle.
Photo by my mom