JACKIE FU
    Developer and designer hybrid based in New York City and the World Wide Web. Currently a Design Technologist at frog.

After hours, I run a collective called Gan Bei Gals, a celebration of shared Asian-American cultural experiences as told through food and art. We host events centered around food and nostalgia and we’re launching a zine soon.

Beyond what I do for a living, I am:

+     An archive fashion appreciator that lives in sweatpants
+     A Neopets netizen and Tumblr alum; both sites taught me CSS
+     Gluten and lactose-intolerant
+     An anti-capitalist cat mom

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Alto

Development and Design at frog

React Native, GraphQL, Sketch
As frog’s largest ventures project at the time, Alto was an 8-month full-service product launch where we built two applications for the Alto experience— a consumer-facing app and a driver-facing app. The premise was to design a brand founded on an elevated ride-hailing experience to create a consistently exceptional user experience where riders can feel safe and assured.

Both Alto apps were built in React Native with a GraphQL application layer. I helped implement the front-end of the driver application, which functioned as the control center for the in-car experience.

Each vehicle in the Alto fleet is equipped with a phone with the Alto driver app preloaded. In addition to having in-app navigation and self-advancing CTAs, the driver application has an integrated hardware features that includes the ability to toggle between vehicle playlists and headlights for passenger wayfinding.


︎︎︎ Alto on the App Store
︎︎︎ frog Case Study: Reimagining the Ride Ahead With Alto
︎︎︎ frog and Alto Unveil Elegant New Ride Hail Service at the Paris Motor Show