Evernote

As the primary desktop Product Designer at Evernote, I helped to launch our next generation note-taking apps for millions of users. Read more about the new releases here, and see some selected work below.

  • 2019 – Present
  • Redwood City
  • Managers: Danny Jacobs, Nathan Fortin, Aiden Bordner
  • Research, UX Design, Prototyping, Visual Design

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Key Collaborators: Product Manager // Project Manager // 7 Software Engineers // 9 QA Engineers

Goal

Consolidate legacy macOS, Windows, and web app designs for the main note-browsing surface into one cohesive, improved design for the launch of brand new apps.

Outcome

Designed patterns that successfully enhanced legacy designs, and also informed iOS and Android redesigns for a consistent product design language.

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Dark mode

Key Collaborators: Product Manager // Software Engineer // QA Engineers

Goal

Create a comprehensive dark color theme to support nighttime usage and system and user preferences.

Outcome

Created a thoroughly accessible dark mode that received notably delighted responses from both internal employees and beta testers, while improving our design system along the way.

Various elements of the Evernote desktop app UI in dark mode.

Multi-selection

Key Collaborators: Product Manager // Project Manager // Software Engineers // QA Engineers

Goal

Bring desktop-class multi-select interactions and functionality to all desktop clients including web.

Outcome

Created a more consistent and scalable interface to build out future multi-select actions, while improving on legacy functionality like merging notes.

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