Ryan Snowden

Work

These are some of my selected projects that are considered β€œrecent”. There are more being added.


Some are locked πŸ”’ and require an access code. Contact me for that code.

Selected projects utilize UX & Interaction Design, Product Strategy and Service Design skillsets.


Some required heavy HCI research using published papers and case studies. Due to the nature of emerging technology, not all the answers were provided to me, so it was greed fields in terms of UI components, interaction, and timing.


They were completed over 6+ years, whilst the company went from startup to commercialization. Background information is given where necessary to help explain the complex challenges, change in company strategy, and adoption of new organizational structure.


Digital design: Scroll down ↓ to Agency projects for more UI & digital design projects.

Selected Projects

An end-to-end service & strategy analysis including cost analysis, benefits, market fit, product barriers, pain points, customer journey mapping, pain point mapping, service blueprints on value-focused solutions.

A clinical-like health assessment consisting of multiple stages that is designed to assist clinicians or other upstream services with combined risk analysis of chronic diseases.

Accurate and repeatable body composition and circumference using a smartphone.

Multi-platform vital signs and cardiovascular health risks using facial blood flow analysis.

A cross-platform unified visual design language for capturing camera-based biometric data.

Masking individuals using real-time segmentation.

Reducing variability and improving accuracy through multi-capture calibration.

Agency/Other Projects


I lost a backup of some important and quite complex projects which I wanted to showcase because it was thousands of hours of work but there was a corrupt Google Drive key and I lost it all. Here is some stuff anyway.


I’ll add video projects that I directed and produced later once I have them formatted correctly. These projects range in terms of age (some are from 2012) but I thought I would put them up anyway.