Assisted in building a landing page for Orthly: a company who provides invisible aligners to patients for a fraction of the cost of traditional methods like braces or Invisalign.

TimespanNovember 2018
TechnologiesReact, Gatsby, Netlify, TypeScript

Daniel Hanover


Orthly has recently rebranded to Dandy (and with it, has built out a new website!) but it was great to help them out as they iterated on their product and started scaling out their operations. This is a competitive space where brand, marketing, and UX are where players have to differentiate—once you've picked one product you can't really switch to a competitor.

I worked alongside one of the founders (another Penn student, Daniel Hanover) on top of work from a designer to deliver this product quickly.

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