I’m Brady Patterson an Ohio born Product Designer focusing on Interactive Digital Experiences & Creative Direction.
Los angeles, ca
Range AR Basketball Training App
Range is an Augmented Reality based basketball training app that brings professional training to your driveway. Range tracks your makes and misses allowing you to challenge friends, train like a pro, track your goals, and cultivate a winning mindset.
Motive Social Fitness App Concept
MOTIVE is a health and fitness app focusing on the human connection to build happier, healthier lives. While most health and fitness programs rely on numbers and statistics to track progress, MOTIVE places an emphasis on the mental well being of it’s users by providing a social platform of positive reinforcement. Many people struggle to feel comfortable in the typical gym/training environment because they constantly compare themselves to their peers and many training programs fail due to number based progress. We believe that bringing people together in a positive, encouraging environment is the key to sustaining engagement to reach for their goals, creates a healthier experience for true progress.
Curate News Concept
In the fast paced, technology driven world we live in today, our brains are consuming more stimulus than ever before. Current media companies struggle with the notion of providing educational content, and most merely highlight the lives of celebrities, athletes, and entrepreneurs. Curate puts the process first, by bringing the keys to success and innovation in sports, music, business, technology, fashion, and the arts, straight to you. This provides an in depth mentorship that is invaluable to the next generation of athletes, entrepreneurs, and curators.
2017 USC Football Campaign
How Might We...
Engage the fanbase of the most prestigious collegiate athletic program in the world in a crowded LA market?
Adapt existing platforms to new technology in order to engage and inspire users into an active healthy lifestyle.
Wild N' Out Season 13 Collection
In collaboration with New Jersey Sets, I was commisioned to create a collection for Wild N’ Out Season 13 castmembers to rock during the show. The first episode was shot in Atlanta and the theme of the season was a tribute to black power through HBCU and African dashiki imagery.
I found great inspiration through vintage Atlanta Falcons jerseys, and the embroidered varsity letters so often seen on HBCU campuses in the form of band uniforms, athletic jackets, and fraternities & sororities.