www.janelmer.com - 3D models and renders by Jan Elmer
www.janelmer.com - 3D models and renders by Jan Elmer

User Interface Design has come along way in the last 15 years. Today (2014) there are more considerations than ever before. More platforms to consider, more web browsers to consider, more technologies to choose from for implementation. Also, add in the fact the web has also changed driven by Search Engine considerations and mobile devices. The next few years will be interesting to see how the traditional mouse might be replaced by touch screen swipes.

This page is for some of the past work I have done in the area of Front End UI design. I have always had a passion for this area of expertise. I am fortunate with my background in graphics and knowledge of web programming languages; I have been able to create some cool looking data driven applications from concept sci-fi looking screen designs.

Here is a web design with consideration of data portability via a cool interface to mobile devices. Constraint do not use Adobe Flash. I used JQuery, Google Widgets, and JavaScript to achieve the goals.

Here is a wireframe for a web page design using Mockingbird. This is for the collaboration team phase of the design.

Here is a photoshop workup of the same screen using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe ImageReady. This stage creates a working prototype.

Here is a sample UI Game Menu. I also created to background image from scratch. The image has over 25 Photoshop layers. The two soldiers were at a different location.

Future Sci-Fi screens and gestures in the movies often become patented and made into real world UI designs. This is a mockup comp.

Here is a project I worked on years ago taken for granted today. Online program guides. Prevue Networks was absorbed by TV Guide.

This a User Interface for a backend database application written in ASP.NET.     VIEW BACKEND LOGIN

This is a screenshot of a Hybrid CD-ROM/WEB parts inventory application for Toshiba. This screen is very clunky by today's standards. But it is where I began to enjoy the creativity of programming!