“Circle Parental Controls APP”

UX/UI Mobile App Design | Circle Media Inc.

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The Circle Parental controls App helps parents manage their family’s online screen time and content for their devices.

 
 
YA wordmark and secondary logo.

YA wordmark and secondary logo.

 

Starting in February 2019, I was brought on to help Circle improve the visual design language and overall experience of their Circle Parental Controls app. At the time, Circle was undergoing an brand refresh/overhaul that had impacts on the mobile apps—which included updated brand colors, typography, UI components, and illustration/asset styles.

 
 
YA box with the bold wordmark.

YA box with the bold wordmark.

A couple of YA slices sitting alongside the printed menu.

A couple of YA slices sitting alongside the printed menu.

 

As the design lead for the product, I worked closely with the marketing, support, and engineering teams (as well as external agencies we partnered with) to improve the overall experience not only through visual design, but also from a user experience standpoint as well. We responded and solved issues that the support team had to deal with, creatiyng

 
 
Box liners, pizza toppers, and chili flake packets to make a pattern.

Box liners, pizza toppers, and chili flake packets to make a pattern.

YA wants to own the square—not only through the way their pizzas looked, but what it was served on, as well as the logos and marks.

YA wants to own the square—not only through the way their pizzas looked, but what it was served on, as well as the logos and marks.

 

Though they’re not the old-school and traditional pizza joint from down the street, YA held a great respect for the craft and culture a shop can bring to a neighborhood. But they also acknowledged that they’re new kids and they wanted it to be known not only through the squares they serve,—but as well as their logo, secondary marks, takeaways (such as loyalty cards, merch, etc). Whether it be seeing someone wearing their gear, someone walking down the street with a box, or getting out of their car with a to-go pizza, they want their brand to be noticed from a distance through the minimal but bold branding that still allows the product to be the highlight that speaks for itself as well.

To learn more about YA and their pizza, their website can be found at yapizzapdx.com

 
 
Collage of YA’s loyalty cards for by-the-slice purchases.

Collage of YA’s loyalty cards for by-the-slice purchases.

YA loyalty cards blank and filled.

YA loyalty cards blank and filled.

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YA tote bags with the primary and secondary marks.

YA tote bags with the primary and secondary marks.

YA’s Instagram profile page.

YA’s Instagram profile page.

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