Tarnook GO /  DELWP

Hybrid Android – iOS

Mobile application


UX Interface Concept

UI Design & Layout

Design system

Brand Identity

Visual & Icon Design


The Project

Tarnook GO – Department of Environment, Land, Water wanted to revamp the whole experience design of its current platform starting with its new iOS/Android hybrid mobile application in a scalable commitment that also includes its web products, branding, and digital presence.

The department engaged me to lead the experience design of its new iOS/Android hybrid mobile application, and branding, among the creation of comprehensive digital assets as part of the initial collaboration. This app in essence enables FFMVic, and its partner agency staff, along with volunteers and contractors to view, record and update key operational information while in the field and in offline environments.

My Role

As a UI, Visual & Experience designer, I led the design process end-to-end using my user interface, users experience visual and icon design and illustrations skills working closely with a cross-functional team that includes Product owners, business analysts, scrum masters, developers, and other experience designers in a digital Agile environment. 

The Process

Considering the brand evolution and its government corporate style, I created an engaging visual direction without losing the initial aesthetics. This first connection with the brand gave me a clear idea of the direction to take for the digital experience. Part of my solution included the implementation of a new design architecture that takes the whole mobile app interface experience into an intuitive, fluent, and compelling artefact.

This UX approach has given me the space to use my UI/Visual skills to create a new user interface design presence for the application in parallel with a design system that follows the best design & accessibility practices, stakeholders validation, and user testing to consolidate the project objectives.

Once the overall experience was defined, I began by deconstructing each of the insights and user story features in order to understand the different screens that needed to be designed and documented all of them into quick drafts that soon after testing and continuing iteration with the stakeholder and users involved they becoming in high fidelity wireframes.

After a continuing design, testing and feedback interaction with stakeholders and users from different emergency departments around Victoria, we got all the necessary to consolidate the final visual designs.


Anticipating its importance, I took a hybrid mobile approach from an early stage. The final application shows a balanced, clean and stylish interface design with reliable functionality and an easy and straightforward user experience where users can access the key information, processes graphics, and company services. Based on the success of the initial outcome, core solutions, architecture and implementation found for this project will influence the redesign of the web app platform.


Custom icons set