I am a...
front-end designer, problem solver, and a translator.
learning how things work, thinking like a user, and trying new things.
My dream job...
is one where I am pushed to my limits every day. I'm in my element when faced with problems that seem too complicated or too big to fix. Bring it on!
What do I do?
I focus on user experience and user interface design. Better understanding of how a user interacts with a website helps to create systems and designs that users not only can use but enjoy doing so.
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This was the first site in a rebranding effort of QualChoice which includes their individual product, IQChoice. The site had to be simple to use, easy to understand, and still educate the user about the available health insurance plans. We worked hard to avoid confusing, industry terms. When we couldn't avoid them, we added a definition for the user.
I worked with a team to redesign the entire website so that public information is easier to find and private functions are easier to use. The site is used heavily by staff, teachers, students, and other members. It was crucial to create a system that was easy to use and understand.
National Service Project
This small site was made as a resource for EAST students and facilitators to learn more about the National Service Project for 2011-2012. The goal was to promote further learning about energy conservation and to inspire energy related projects in the EAST Classroom.
EAST Conference 2012
Conference is a huge event for EAST Initiative, and it requires a site that can do it all. This website is used by the public, facilitators, students, and sponsors. A custom registration system was built for the schools and for the sponsors.
Summer Seminar 2011
This event site was used by the facilitators of EAST in order to schedule their Summer Seminar experience. It involved a registration system that allowed them to create their own schedule and edit their information.
EAST Night Out
The EAST Night Out website is a small site meant to help individual schools promote their ENO event. School members used the site to enter their event information, and the public used the website to find events near them.