Through this project, I realized that it's important to not only consider the design but also the technical aspects
when developing a product. Initially, I proposed the idea that users would be able to add any item from any website, but I realized that it wasn't feasible since every online store has a different checkout flow. Instead, we focused on making Spree fully compatible with three major online stores: Amazon, Target, and Walmart—and we're still in the process of increasing our compatibility with more stores.
Working with my team members from different fields was a really eye-opening experience for me because I was able to view my designs in a more objective way than before. Since it's so easy to get attached to your own designs as a designer, I realized that it's important to be open to taking feedback from everyone
to create a better product. Also, working with my teammates helped me push my boundaries as a designer; I designed Spree's mascot and modeled it from scratch in Blender (check out my 3D Design stuff