At Awkward I helped design Addapp, a health app which takes data from your existing health apps and turns them into actionable recommendations, called "insights". While working on Addapp I envisioned a revamp of the existing user interface where insights are collected as cards and can easily be activated, snoozed or archived for later use. I sought to minimize the user interface to allow the user to focus on the information.
Since the user interaction is an important part of the concept, I created a Framer prototype to allow people to experience just how the app would work, and provide on the interaction feedback before development starts. This is a great example of how valuable prototyping is when it comes to product design.