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<a href="/" class="first active">Danielle Swank</a>
<a href="/loves/losttoys.html">Lost Toys</a>
<a href="/loves/reddish.html">Reddish</a>
<a href="/loves/kenco.html">Kenco</a>
<a href="/loves/kala.html">Kala</a>
<a href="/loves/otherstuff.html">Other Stuff</a>
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<span>Random</span> Projects
<img alt="Lost Toys Rabbit Level" src="images/rabbit.jpg">
<h2>Lost Toys</h2>
<h3>design, engineering, project management</h3>
<p><em>a 3D puzzle game about broken toys</em></p>
<h4>Honors &amp; Awards</h4>
<li>Best New Games App Store Feature</li>
<li>4.5/5 Star Rating on the App Store</li>
<li>Won Best Game Design Award for Sense of Wonder Night 2013</li>
<li>Won Most Artistic for Codame Game Showcase 2013</li>
<li>Won Most Promising Game Award from Indie Prize 2013</li>
<li>Finalist SXSW Gamer's Voice Awards 2014</li>
<p>Lost Toys is a mentally engaging 3D puzzle game of profound beauty, depth and challenge. Toys are lost, broken, or forgotten. Fixing them promises to right this hauntingly gorgeous chamber and restore the childhood innocence that has been lost.</p>
<a href="/loves/losttoys.html">More Information &raquo;</a><br>
<a href="//" target="_blank">Barking Mouse Studio</a><br>
<a href="//" target="_blank">Download on the App Store</a>
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<img alt="Reddish Icon" src="images/rexer.jpg">
<h3>ux, front-end engineering</h3>
<p><em>a redis visual admin</em></p>
<li>Autocompletes CLI inputs</li>
<li>GUI commands labeled with their CLI counterpart</li>
<li>Support for redis data structures</li>
<li>Pretty JSON formatting</li>
<li>Built on node.js</li>
<li>Real-time updates</li>
<p>Reddish is an open-source tool to inspect and monitor your redis instances. Presented at Redis Conf 2012.</p>
<a href="/loves/reddish.html">More Information &raquo;</a><br>
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<img alt="Star" src="images/star.jpg">
<h3>ux, creative direction, front-end engineering</h3>
<p><em>5 companies, one site</em></p>
<p>Kenco is one of the largest family-owned and privately-held third-party logistics providers in the country. They are a very innovative company and created their first website in the 90's. The problem was that their website had been added to and added to over the years without a real plan.</p>
<li>Brand Style Guide</li>
<li>IA restructuring</li>
<li>Interactive Logistics Map</li>
<li>Single Web Content Platform</li>
<a href="/loves/kenco.html">More Information &raquo;</a><br>
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<img alt="Piggy Bank" src="images/piggy.jpg">
<h3>design, front-end engineering</h3>
<p><em>a mobile financial app</em></p>
<h4>Elevator Pitch</h4>
<p>Kala gives you friendly snapshots of your finances without any irrelevant or scary feedback. Built for people learning how to manage their finances. It helps users quickly and confidently decide whether or not to make a purchase and then move on with their day. All of the info, none of the judgement. Also none of the funding, which is just as well since I ended up making Lost Toys instead.</p>
<a href="/loves/kala.html">More Information &raquo;</a>
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<img alt="Jellyfish Logo" src="images/freeflow.jpg">
<h2>Other Stuff</h2>
<p><em>mostly UX with some front-end</em></p>
<h4>Shown Above</h4>
<li>UX deliverables for Green Cupboards</li>
<li>eCommerce app for P&amp;G Asia</li>
<li>Bumble Bounce HTML5 game</li>
<li>PBS Kids Shop</li>
<p>A smattering of projects I've worked on. I had different roles in all of them, but generally some sort of UX or front-end development. Either I did it myself, or I lead the team that did it. The background is made up of a few more UX deliverables that weren't pretty enough to get featured, and the jellyfish is an another logo I designed.
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<p>I try to answer most emails, but sometimes I miss a few. Just resend it.</p>
<p>Copyright 2014 Danielle Swank. All rights reserved. <a href="//" target="_blank">View Source</a>.</p>
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