Good Mobile Messaging
Good Mobile Messaging is a suite of collaboration apps originally developed in the early-2000s. It provided access to Microsoft Outlook on 5-way navigation/12-key devices. In 2009 I led the effort to reinvent the pre-smartphone suite as apps for iPhone and webOS. My job was to define a compelling touch experience while simultaneously satisfying time to market and legacy architecture constraints.
I produced high-fidelity mockups, visual assets, and lightweight documentation for the sprint team. I oversaw six major releases to the App Store over the course of one year. For webOS I was responsible for initial application design before handing the project over to another designer.
I worked with graphic designers to define a new visual identity for all of Good's enterprise products.