Work done for the eHarmony redesign while working with Jackson Fish Market.

Designed and developed a functional prototype of the "My Settings" section. Using CSS3 transforms, each small "card" would flip over on hover revealing the user's existing settings. The user could then click to pop a larger card where they could edit their preferences.

The four following cards are representative of the functional prototype built for eHarmony's 300-question Relationship Questionnaire. Instead of the typical tax-form layout, the new design featured one question per "card." When the user selected an answer, the card would slide out and the next card would slide in. Built using HTML, CSS, and jQuery, this prototype conveyed to the eHarmony development team the intended interactions so they could built out the entire product and integrate it into their database.