Planned Plarent

Product Development
The Overview
Planned Plarent is a product design tool to help keep your plants happy while making you learn about them. The app gives an easy way to get to know any type of plant with a snap of a picture and allow you to determine to add it to your plants and get to know them more. Users can equip a plant buddy with their new plant and be able to track their health: soil, food, and watering. Happy Plants mean there are happy Plarents.
My Purpose
I created this project in 2017, it was my first UI/UX Project during college. After I graduated I came back to this project I gave it a facelift: Logo, Style Guide, 3D Modeling, Illustrations, User Interviews


  • Research
    Mind Mapping

  • User Interface
    3D Design
    User Experience

The Challenge
Plant Hobbyists don’t become good plant parents over night. It takes time and patience. The problem is plant lovers, admirers tend to kill their plants or don’t really know exactly what they are doing.
Landing Page

Research & Process

There are about 391,000 species of vascular plants currently known to science, of which about 369,000 species (or 94 percent) are flowering plants, according to a report by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in the United Kingdom. Plants hold a special meaning between cultures and religion. They can heal, be used as medicine, for food and with many more uses. A lot of plants are used for cleaning air pollution in people’s home which estimated 33.1 million in households.

I wanted to show the process of how more simplified. The original idea was a really neat idea, but I soon realized the app itself can be confusing for users so when I revamped the app, I made it easier for users to navigate.

The Innovation

This little plant device is able to keep track of watering, soil levels, nutrition's of the plant and will send you messages and alerts to your phone if your plant is needed. Just copy the device number and add it to the plant you desire.

The Artwork

All plants were created in Adobe Illustrator, I wanted to keep a vector and clean aesthetic going through the app. Also the idea of having the users pick their own plotters by subscribing was another idea to keep the users engaged into the app.