Alexander D Kipphut
UI | UX | Branding
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I'm Alex, a product designer living & working in Philadelphia, PA

I've helped design-minded teams at Ticketleap* launch some great products & brands including an embeddable e-commerce and shopping cart experience, a DIY ticketing platform that processes tens of millions of dollars a month, and a little app designed to help encourage people to meet face to face.
*ACQUIRED AUGUST 2017
I'm looking to join a collaborative team who gives a damn about design, and is doing exciting things to make the world even just a little bit better. I'm always open for a coffee or a chat, or you can find me on two wheels somewhere along the Schuylkill.

Some of my recent projects are shown below, you can check out my Dribbble where I dabble in illustration and lettering, or my Linked-In, if you're into that sort of thing.
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Sell & redeem admission to anything, anywhere

PORT | BUYER EXPERIENCE
UX | UI | strategy
Port is a fully embeddable way to sell tickets and admission online. We removed the complexity of existing ticket software; you tell Port what you’re selling, how much it costs, and how many you want to sell, and Port then generates a buy button that you can share across your website, blog and social networks.

No templates, no redirects, no competing branding.
LAUNCH SITEVIEW CASE STUDY

Build connections like they count

MET | TEAM BASED TRACKING FOR YOUR 1:1's
UI | UX | BRANDING
Working with event creators, we learned the value of meeting people face to face as a way to share your brand and your story. Met was a labs project designed to encourage the same behavior on a smaller scale.

A lightweight app, Met helped record the people you got to know 1:1, take notes, and share your experiences with your team.
CASE STUDY COMING SOON
MET SADLY WAS REMOVED FROM THE APP STORE 💀
Met iOS App
 

Experiences over things

TICKETLEAP | EVENT + ORG PAGES & CHECKOUT FLOW
UI & VISUAL DESIGN | UX
Starting from scratch, we rebuilt and modernized Ticketleap's core product with mobile-friendly event pages, organization home pages, and an optimized checkout and post-checkout flow.

Such a fundamental change to the core product was a daunting but exciting task, with an extensive list of customer considerations, existing states and event formats to take into account.
LAUNCH SITECASE STUDY COMING SOON

Welcome them in, but first make sure you collect their money

TICKETLEAP | mobile box office and check-in app
UI & VISUAL DESIGN | UX
High volume, high speed, and performance with poor wifi connectivity were the core concerns when building out the feature-set for Ticketleap's iOS app.

While many smaller events use manual methods for check-in (think printed attendee lists) our larger customers needed a reliable tool to process sales, redeem tickets and get people through the door quickly. And with some events topping 50k attendees we definitely put this through it's paces.
LAUNCH SITECASE STUDY COMING SOON
Ticketleap check-in and box office iOS app
Print design samples

A little bit of this, a little bit of that

A MIXED BAG OF OTHER DESIGN WORK
Branding | Print | lettering
Working as part of an in-house creative team, you never know what you might get asked to design. From blood-splattered trade show displays to hand crafted event invitations, from beer-themed give-aways to social videos dressed as a deer, I've gotten my hands dirty with a lot of fun projects.

This is just a couple of them.
VIEW WORK SAMPLES

Contact

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