Build a New Inkive
This page is where you can select a ‘template’ Inkive if you wish, each one comes preloaded with slightly different options that make it more suited for its intended purpose.
Stage 1, Selecting a source of Images
This is where you select a source of where your images are going to be selected from, clicking a source will reveal a new choice of options for filtering the images.
Final Stage, Creating an Inkive
This stage of the process allows you to do a final filter of images from your selected albums, and also allows you to add captions or edit each image individually if you wish.
Printing Options
This page is designed to showcase the range of printing options for Inkive. All the photos used where taken and edited by myself on a tiny little coffee table covered with a white sheet.
Printing Options - Upgrades
The checkout procedure was designed to put beautifully tempting options in front of the buyers face to try and upsell the books before payment.
Facebook Life Book Configuration
This page is where you give the formula constraints for which images and posts to scrape from your (or a friends) facebook.
Inkive Viewer - Facebook Life Book
This is the viewer I designed to showcase peoples inkives in an elegant way that can also allow the user to access tools to modify their book along the way. The coding boys did a pretty epic job of translating this design
Default 'Last Page' of the Inkive Viewer
Designed to be an elegant call-to-action, envoking either a share (to social media) or a purchase of the printed book, which comes in a variety of options.
Inkive Dashboard - Everything you've made
This is like your home page as an Inkive user, every book you’ve made or collaborated on with someone else will show up here, also other Inkives that you’ve liked or followed will show up here too.

**Below is a few very tall/long (whatever you want to call them) images I have dug up from my old design folders, They may be a little difficult to see on a smaller device but on a laptop or tablet they should hopefully display correctly.**

This is the default landing page for Inkive

(or at least was while I worked there).

I took all of these photos myself using the demo-books we were sent from the printing companies, I just had a simple little DSL and a white sheet I laid over the coffee table at work, Everything after that point was edited and touched up in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.

Landing Page
The Inkive one-page landing page design.
Hard to display within this website but too pretty to waste!

Inkive introduced me to the concept of multiple landing pages, depending where the link that you have clicked on has come from. This one is for people coming from an arts and crafts, scrapbooky sort of page, so I designed this to hopefully appeal more to them, rather then the “photographers/corporate” style of the default landing page.

Alternate Landing Page
Inkive introduced me to the concept of multiple landing pages, depending where the link that you have clicked on has come from. This one is for people coming from an arts and crafts, scrapbooky sort of page, so I designed this to hopefully appeal more to them, rather then the “photographers/corporate” style of the default landing page.

I was asked to design a nice page layout to advertise Jobs we had on offer within the company.

Inkive - Recruitment Page
I was asked to design a nice page layout to advertise Jobs we had on offer within the company.
Inkive [mar – nov 12′]
www.inkive.com

Inkive is a online photobooking tool that makes it possible to design and collaborate on beautiful digital books which can be printed at the click of a button, I worked there for roughly 10 months on the 40th floor of Q1 on the goldcoast.
My time at inkive was incredibly valuable as it was my first real insight into the industry and the reality of UX principles that had been drilled into me throughout uni. The team are a great bunch of people and include some of the most talented coders i’ve ever come across, I wish them all the best in the future, thanks for everything guys.