Fiender is an iPhone app for collectors to keep track of, as well as buy and sell high end collectibles. I was involved in the early stages of this project. I worked with the client to define requirements for an MVP, created wireframes and prototypes and also did the interface design.
In addition, Fiender has a web component to allow users to share their collections outside of the app. I worked with a front-end developer to create a responsive a design and layout these pages.
The main fed of the Fiender app. The user can "like" and "want" items by tapping the buttons under the image. Underneath the image is the title. When the user taps the grey arrow to the right of the title, a translucent overlay slides over the photo and reveals the image's description.
The first screen the user sees when the Fiender app is launched. It features a live feed of pictures underneath a translucent overlay.
The item that is being appraised is displayed in the background under a light translucent layer.
Fiender user profile. From here the user can view their own uploads, their items for sale or bought items, their followers, and wanted/liked items.