Bailey

Product Design Portfolio

Brian Bailey is a San Francisco-based product designer.

In his travels, he's been fortunate enough to have worked on the web teams of AARP, Pew Research Center, and U.S. News & World Report.

He is currently designing mobile banking solutions at Wells Fargo.


The Global Christian Population

These maps allow users to select a country, a region or the world to see the size of the Christian population in 2010. Users can also filter data to see the 2010 population of major Christian traditions.

This feature covers 232 countries and territories.

role: user interface design and information architecture

The Future of the Global Muslim Population

These maps allow users to select a country, a region or the world — as well as decade — and see the size of the Muslim population in that place and time.

The feature covers 232 countries and territories over five decades, including population estimates for 1990-2010 and estimates for 2020 and 2030.

role: user interface design and information architecture

Android/iOS Native App

Wireframe of a proposed Android (pictured) and iOS native app for Pew Research Center. Our team later abandoned the project in favor of a responsive layout.

role: interaction design

Logo Animation

Design and animation of the Pew Research Center’s logo, which serves as a branding bumper for video content.

role: animation

USA Today's Big Page

I produced this while ping-ponging with the information architects over at Gannett/USA Today.

These highlight the use of the Big Page as a replacement for their traditional homepage, while maintaining its minimal UI and conversion rate. My aim in this exercise was to drive engagement across the site by bringing information forward with the thumbnail filmstrip and off-canvas content.

role: interaction design




Political Typology

We assigned individuals to one of the nine core typology groups, based primarily on their position on nine scales of social and political values as well as their party identification. The typology groups are created using cluster analysis, a statistical procedure which accounts for respondents' scores to sort them into relatively homogeneous groups.

role: project managment, user interface design and information architecture

Sub-Saharan Africa Religion Database

This interactive database allows users to explore public opinion in 19 sub-Saharan African nations on topics ranging from religious beliefs and practices to views on religious extremism and morality.

The findings come from more than 25,000 face-to-face interviews in more than 60 languages or dialects in 19 countries, representing 75% of the total population of sub-Saharan Africa.

role: project managment, interaction design, prototyping and information architecture

Religious Knowledge Quiz

This short, 15-question quiz, allows users to compare themselves with 3,412 randomly sampled adults who were asked these and other questions about religion in a national telephone poll.

Users can see how they compare with the overall population as well as with people of various religious traditions, people who attend worship services frequently or less often, men and women, and college graduates as well as those who did not attend college.

role: project managment, interaction design, prototyping and information architecture