Eastman Kodak
Kodak Picture Network

Information Architect, working with a multidisciplinary team. Responsible for the design of the site architecture, screen organization and interaction.


Studio Archetype/Sapient, New York

Design and development of an online photo sharing service.

A complete redesign of Kodak's online photo service. This service allowed users to have photos scanned and posted on the Web while having their film processed. Once on the Web, the photos could be made into an online album, or output as prints and or be sent as picture postcards. The existing site had limited functionality and poor usability.

The team began by assessing the existing Web site and prioritizing requirements. User research was provided primarily by Kodak, with some additional research done within our office. Task analysis was used to create a framework, which became the guide for the design of the user and system interaction, and the foundation for a functional prototype.

A online service that allowed users to view photos, order prints, make albums, store photos, and send them to friends. Soon after the project was completed, Kodak purchased it’s competitor and the online service was never officially released.