MyRehab is a concept mobile application designed for rehabilitation patients. Based on personal experience working in a healthcare clinic, I noticed that patients often did not keep up with their prescribed exercises for various reasons: forgetting, laziness, losing their instruction sheet, not seeing improvement, and more. This impeded their recovery and made it difficult for their clinicians to assess the patient's progress as well as the effectiveness of the prescribed exercises.
MyRehab stores the patients' prescribed exercises, sends reminders to them, and allows the user to log their progress with exercises, in addition to daily pain. By providing visual and physical means to view their journey over time, coupled with celebratory milestones, patients are encouraged to follow their rehabilitation plan. Moreover, the app also benefits clinicians during patient visits by providing data to assess the patient's progress outside of therapy sessions--allowing for improved rehabilitation plans that are specific to the patient. Together, these factors benefit the healthcare system by encouraging patient and clinician engagement for rehabilitation.
An exercise to practice motion graphic design. Inspired from stock biology icons.
Medium: Illustrator, AfterEffects Created: Feb 2018
Baby Sea Turtle
A final class project to gain familiarity with ZBrush and Cinema4D. Modeled, sculpted from scratch with various references from photographs and books. After polypainting, UV maps were exported to Cinema4D for final adjustments, lighting and rendering.
Clients:Prof. Nick Woolridge Medium: ZBrush, Cinema4D Created: Dec 2016
Cerebrum & Cerebellum
Digital illustration of lateral and medial views of the cerebrum and cerebellum for a neuroanatomy course in the Biomedical Communications program.
Clients:Prof. Shelley Wall & Dr. Cindi Morshead Medium: Illustrator, Photoshop, PaintToolSAI Created: Feb 2017
Cranial Nerve VIII: the Vestibular System
A rendered illustration of Cranial Nerve VIII for a neuroanatomy course in the Biomedical Communications program. The goal of the assignment was to collaborate and collectively design a palette and style sheet for a series of neuroanatomy of textbook illustrations. In collaboration with classmates Lisa Qiu and Patricia Nguyen, I was assigned the final rendering for this spread.
Clients:Prof. Dave Mazierski & Dr. Cindi Morshead Medium: Illustrator, Photoshop, PaintToolSAI Created: Apr 2017