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Crane Data System UI

Crane Data System is a web app integrating with crane hardware for reporting, planning, and maintenance purposes.

Skills: Microsoft visual studio, Html 5, Css 3, Ui design

Crane Data System (CDS) is a .NET application by St James Technologies, which was marketed and sold by Harbor Telematics.

CDS communicates real time and historical data to stakeholders about many aspects of their goods which are transported using mobile harbor cranes during bulk cargo handling. Stakeholders can be either manufacturers shipping their bulk cargo or the shareholders of the bulk cargo handling company. CDS streamlines the efficiency of the bulk cargo handler by offering real-time metrics of the cargo being handled, the cranes performing the work, and even ambient weather conditions which might affect the operations, as well currently loading and unloading progress.

For the user interface, day and night modes were proposed to accommodate a twenty-four hour work cycle. The final deliverable contained only a single view.

CDS integrated with a barge drafter tool, a hardware device which measured cargo amounts in barges, for which I illustrated the patent drawings.

For confidentiality purposes, only dummy data is being shown.

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Work Context

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Employment History

Skills

  • Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Affinity Designer
  • Book Design
  • Bootstrap
  • Client Training
  • Content Modelling
  • Craft CMS
  • CSS 3
  • Frontend Design
  • Git
  • Graphic Design
  • HTML 5
  • Icon Design
  • Illustration
  • Jekyll
  • jQuery
  • Microsoft Visual Studio
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Code
  • Paintcode
  • Responsive Design
  • Sketch App
  • Statamic CMS
  • Sublime Text
  • UI Design
  • UX Design

Education

Logo for Louisiana State University A&M where Isral Duke took courses.

Graphic Design

Louisiana State University A&M

2007

Logo for University California San Diego Design Lab where Isral Duke took courses.

Interaction Design

University California San Diego Design Lab

2018