Jordan Borges / jordanborges.ca

About me


About
I am UX/UI designer currently working at RBC in Toronto. My focus is in visual design, creating anything from digital interfaces to printed media. I enjoy creating vector graphics and using bold colour and typography in my designs to create impactful work. In my free time I love to go back to my visual arts roots and create work with my hands.

Q&A
How many coffees do you drink?
I drink 3-5 coffees a day. Caffeine has so little effect on me that I can drink it before bed and be sleeping 10 minutes later.

Do you like being a twin?
Of course. Being a twin meant I had my best friend all throughout my life.

FUN FACTS
I have a twin brother.

Love everything superheroes: movies, shows, comics, etc.

Before design I considered a career in kinesiology.





Jordan Borges


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About
I am UX/UI designer currently working at RBC in Toronto. My focus is in visual design, creating anything from digital interfaces to printed media. I enjoy creating vector graphics and using bold colour and typography in my designs to create impactful work. In my free time I love to go back to my visual arts roots and create work with my hands.



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Q&A
How many coffees do you drink?
I drink 3-5 coffees a day. Caffeine has so little effect on me that I can drink it before bed and be sleeping 10 minutes later.

Do you like being a twin?
Of course. Being a twin meant I had my best friend all throughout my life.
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FUN FACTS
I have a twin brother.

Love everything superheroes: movies, shows, comics, etc.

Before design I considered a career in kinesiology.



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Kinective Physio

Health
UX
Service Design

Implementing engaging technology into physiotherapy practices.

why?

Neurological rehabilitation is challenging for patients that have been affected by some form of cognitive impairment, such as a stroke or concussion. It is important that they not only feel safe, but also feel engaged by the exercises they are given by physiotherapists.

what?

Through the use of a Microsoft Kinect, physiotherapists will now be able to deliver an engaging and safe experience for patients. Each interactive program can be customizable to each patient and to the stage at which they are at in their recovery.

how?

Each application is controlled through hand positions and gestures, tracked by the Kinect. The physiotherapist is able to track a patient's progress in each of the applications and increase the difficulty to challenge the patient as they progress.