I am a rising second year at Northeastern University in Boston interested in front end development and UX/UI design. I hope that my studies in programming and design will allow me to contribute to both of these areas in the tech industry in the future. In my work, I strive for creativity and ingenuity to create exciting new projects.
This app mockup, created using InVision software, would allow Northeastern students to better navigate the dining hall program at Northeastern University. The app gives students easy access to menus, hours, and other information, in addition to the ability to leave feedback about the food they ate. The rating system of the daily menu allows students to leave a scaled rating from good to bad, as well as comments. This would show other students what's tasty at the moment and help the dining halls know how they could improve in the future. The app's development was done in a group of three and planned preliminarily through the use of an affinity diagram, as shown on the right. Our goal with the diagram at the start was to solve a problem at our university, which led us to the inspiration for our idea.
In response to the world's climate change dilemma, I created an infographic which shows how human activity is leading to our planet's next extinction event. It includes research about the five past extinction events. Additionally, it compares current scientific findings about the Earth's climate conditions to the conditions which existed during these past extinction events. Click below to see the diagram in full screen.
24 Logotypes and Typefaces features 24 original logos, each showcasing a new font from the font universe. The book also features photoshoped card photos, where the letters on the cards are replaced with the first letter of the font name which is currently on display. Click below for the full book.
This version of the classic play by Tennessee Williams features a new script format. I focused on capturing the emotion of the scenes through typography and page layout. Utilizing indent, typeface, and photography, this new format pairs well with the play, adding emphasis to its drama and expertise. Click below for the full redesign.
This past summer, I studied abroad in Havana, Cuba and was able to practice digital photography. Walking down the streets of Cuba, I tried to capture the spirit of the country and its people. For my final project, I crafted a photo essay which examined how Cubans are able to make the most out thier resources as a community. Click on any of the photos for the full project.
Copyright by Charles Andrews
Garnet Valley, PA | June 2019