My first project was to modernize Android user profiles, re-think hiearchy, and shift focus from profile content to user-to-user interaction. Lack of design consistency had been an issue, so I recommended we'd adopt the (then) newly released Material Design guidelines for Android. This widened the scope for this particular feature, but has helped us to keep a standard for how we design and work with engineering.
Redesigning Tagged for iOS
I replaced the pretty Illegible font 'Signika' with the friendlier 'Proxima Nova'. The Android Tagged app used a purple tone for call-to-action colors we called 'Plum'. I wanted to bring the plum color over to the new iOS platform together with a new, bright, complementing tone. We named it 'Mint'.
Simplify Product Hierarchy
The iOS navigational hierachy was flat, with 9 first-tier features presented as a grid of icons. Instead of letting you engage with features, you had to think where to go. Not good. I chose a more straight-forward and well-established route with a tab bar of 5 main features (with sub-features within).
Another project I was a part of at if(we) was a messaging app called Nod. I believe messaging should feel like a face-to-face conversation, and that's what is missing from other messaging apps on the market today. Design your personal avatar on Nod, and react with animated emotions to what your friends are saying.