I’m Cas Lemmens.

I’m a designer/developer, graduated in Interactive Art Direction from Hyper Island,
and currently working as a Product Designer for Mobile at Spotify.

Spotify Search

My first project after joining Spotify, was to improve Search on mobile platforms. New back-end services as well as new content asked us to rethink how Search could work. We developed a new flow that allowed instant results upon typing, as well as a quick way to find both popular and more bespoke results.
User research helped us define order, copy and what information to show. After roll out it proved to be successful and increased the speed of search. This gave enough motivation to apply the same flow for both iPad and Android. All platforms are currently aligned, which allows Spotify to make improvements and updates fast and cross-platform.

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Company:
Spotify
Platforms:
iPhone, iPad and Android
Consistent Search across all major mobile platforms Search on iPhone Search on iPad Search on Android
Search across all mobile platforms Search on iPhone Search on iPhone Search on iPhone Search on iPad Search on iPad Search on iPad Search on Android Search on Android Search on Android

OFFF 2012 app

Each year the OFFF Festival brings together a large community of creatives to enjoy lectures of inspiring motion graphic designers, illustrators, advertising agencies and production companies. The app created for OFFF 2012 tried to take another spin on calendar. Through a circular interface you could switch between dates and speakers. By pulling a section out, you could read more and potentially save it as favourite. The entire app was coded in HTML5, working cross-platforms, and offline.
This project was done in a small team where I was responsible for the information architecture and coding the final product. Design was done by Matilda Dackevall.

OFFF 2012's schedule in HTML5
Available on iPad, iPhone and Android Day View Pull out a section for more details Pull out a section for more details View your favourites Session details Tap outside to go to another day The app could be used offline
Available on iPad, iPhone and Android Day View Pull out a section for more details Pull out a section for more details View your favourites Session details Tap outside to go to another day

Samsung Olympic Tracker

During London 2012 we created a prediction game for Samsung Mobile. For each final in the Olympics, you had to choose which athlete or country would win gold, silver or bronze. The app would update results live. And once the final was finished, you'd receive a medal yourself depending on how many winners you predicted correctly.
The app also allowed you to follow the Olympics on the go, surfacing live results, statistics and profile on all athletes and countries. For the interface we spend a lot of time on aligning all the disciplines in an understandable and fast flow. The app had a personal look and feel to make it exclusive and modern.

Demo video

Company:
Somewhat
Design:
Matilda Dackevall
Platforms:
Android
A predictor game for London 2012
Log in / Sign up Discipline overview Country information Upcoming finals Predicting on a final Winning medals Player's profile Match information Badges and medals Prediction Results
Log in / Sign up Discipline overview Country information Upcoming finals Predicting on a final Winning medals Player's profile Match information Badges and medals Prediction Results

New Era Sales Presenter

The Sales Presenter was an app designed for New Era to use internally. Via an online catalogue of the entire collection, retail managers could easily collect orders for stores across the world. The app allowed to browse the catalogue via data, collection, sport team, model, ... Via a stacked interface, you could easily drill down deeper into the catalogue, to eventually end up in a detail via of the cap.

Demo video

Company:
Somewhat
Design:
Carin Nilsson
Platforms:
iPad
A portable cap catalogue
Choose between 4 ways of browsing Stacked views allow for deep browsing Stacked views allow for deep browsing Stacked views allow for deep browsing Details of the cap could be viewed full screen
Choose between 4 ways of browsing Choose between 4 ways of browsing Stacked views for deep browsing Stacked views for deep browsing Stacked views for deep browsing Stacked views for deep browsing Stacked views for deep browsing Stacked views for deep browsing Full screen details of the cap Full screen details of the cap

Kaku

Kaku is a plugin I wrote for Photoshop. It allows you to easily translate any text layer to a different language. After choosing the language you're using and the language you'd like to translate to, Kaku will add an additional text layer with the translated text.
The goal of this project was to have an easier way of testing your designs for localisation earlier than waiting for a developed version to test.

A Photoshop Plugin to add translations Optimised for Photoshop CC The plugin website
A PS Plugin to add translations A PS Plugin to add translations