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Network visualization tools for telecommunication companies

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MyMobileCoverage App

MyMobileCoverage App

Mobile App for Android, iOS and BlackBerry


Display real mobile networks coverage and performance

With the increasing debate over Net Neutrality and its effects on consumers all around the world (not only in the U.S.A.), you might think that visualizing data like internet speed on your mobile phone or benchmarking multiple providers will provide concrete facts over this matters.

MyMobileCoverage is a mobile app that allows you to visualize your cell phone’s voice calls, service outages, data speed tests, RF signal strength, coverage map and test your wireless provider’s performance for free.

With this smartphone application you will be able to:

  • Map and view the exact locations of voice calls, failed calls and congestion spots
  • Analyze data on dropped and failed/blocked calls
  • Measure your data speeds with upload, download, and ping
  • View the live status of network signal strength and cell sites
  • Share coverage metrics with your operator to help them improve your coverage!

Compare, measure and display your real coverage against other users

This app provides information that helps you to visually compare Carriers and choose the best one in your area.

The app presents the information in a simple way, so you can have an informed opinion even if your knowledge about how cell phone technology and networks is limited.

Functions inside the app


You will be able to see your company’s local ranking, how many phone call you have made, how many calls have been dropped, failed or performed well.

Feedback & Surveys

A component of this app is giving the user the channels to express opinions about the service, report issues and being able to follow up areas to see any improvements.


With maps you will be able to visualize coverage overlays and different events registered by the app.  Coverage quality is displayed as a heatmap.

LTE Speed

Lost LTE

4G Speed

Lost 4G

3G Speed

Lost 3G

2G speed

Lost 2G

Dropped Call

Failed Call

Regular Call

Gain service


You can test real-time latency, download and upload speeds, and then compared it a carrier’s average.

About this client:

The MyMobileCoverage App enables crowd-sourced data collection with network performance metrics, coverage overlays, and an issue-reporting mechanism for the end-user.

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Fotobom App

Fotobom App

Redesign for Mobile App for iOS Devices

Fotobom App

App for Social Photo Edition

Redesign of log-in flow

Optimized interface to view different streams of photos

Problem reporting

Sadly this app could be used for bulling, sharing unappropriated material, and misrepresent people. In order to early detect this kind of problems and ensure the app was only used by the right people, Fotobom included a system to report photos, block users and delete post from public feed.

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Photolife 2.0

Photolife 2.0

Web App


Online Tool for Printing on Demand

About this project:

Photolife 2.0 was a printing on demand system that allowed the user to create catalogs, posters, framed pictures, etc.

In 2006 the idea of online printing was completely ground breaking, not only we had to deal with the new idea of sending over personal photos over internet, we had to go against high resolution files in slow internet connections, and rudimentary online payment methods. This project was developed while I was part of NotOnlyWebs in Barcelona Spain.

More info about this agency NotOnlyWebs Website

Photolife 2.0 had to be install in as an application in Windows. After the installation the user click on the desktop icon and had a start screen showing different options like special offers, saved projects or starting one new from scratch.

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The software guide you a special form where the user could choose the kind of project he wants to work on, how many pages and finished so he would have an overall estimate before starting to work on it.

Photolife had a limited amount of layouts and it considered the possibility to include up to four images per page. We set up this guidelines to simplify the amount of options to the user and make the system fast and light enough so the overall experience would not require big amounts of memory and hard drive space.

The system included a library of swatches and textures to choose from.

This is the work where the user just had to drag and drop images in the selected area, placed predefined layouts and fill areas with text.

The user could display a dropdown menu for specific options related to the area selected. For example, if you selected a page, you could include more pages, change its order, delete it, etc.

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