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Artwork Submission Application


  • Wireframes
  • Interaction Design
  • User Testing
  • Visual Design

Web application for the International Art Competition sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This app allows artists to create their profile and submit their artwork online for a competition.

User Experience Design

I lead the creative direction on an application for artists to submit their artwork for the International Art Competition that is run by the Church History Museum. I lead the requirements gathering, created wireframes, did usability testing, created user stories and did the final design.

The application was translated into 10 languages and used worldwide. It allows an artist to create a profile, fill out the submission form and upload images of their artwork.

Interaction Design

I worked with the stake holders to gather the requirements for the application and create some simple workflows and wireframes of what the process could be. I presented these to the stake holders for input as well as the users of the application.

Interface Design

I created the prototype with HTML/CSS and JavaScript to easily communicate the workflow and what the action would be.

Responsive Design

A growing request from the users was the ability to have access on their mobile devices. The application was designed and developed to responded to any mobile device from tablets to phones.


Worked closely with our development team by creating timelines, functional specification and user stories.

In addition to the artist’s profile application, I lead the creative direction for an application to allow the museum to search and manage artist as well as rank the artwork and communicate with artists.

The data we collected about the artwork was then used to create exhibit labels, connect with a kiosk in the exhibit that featured all the artwork and was used to create an online gallery for the Church History website.