Everything I do I want data-backed. I have vast experience in UX Design. I've conducted Ideation Sessions, lead user testing, sketched userflows, designed full sitemaps, created data-backed personas, and designed wireframes. I have experience in UI Design as well, though I wouldn't say it's my strong-suit.
If you're having trouble with conversions or would be interested in any hidden opportunities you may be missing out on, I may be able to help. I can also run user testing to validate any of your existing experiences, not to mention help create new ones. I can also offer unique strategic UX insight. I'll help you utilize best UX and Product practices and methodologies.
I've really never used this, but always wanted to. I only selected this as it was the closest they list to Qualtrics or Survey Gizmo, my two favorite survey design and analysis tools.
Leveraging a heavily regulated Pattern Library and directed by specific business requirements, design internal applications for our fellow cast members. After ideation sessions and light ethnographic research, Axure was used to create complex prototypes and delivered with in-depth documentation to the development teams.
Refine company strategy, specifically on the product side of the business model. Cultivate a data-driven mindset across the company from the top down. Assist in UI designing and decisions. Design surveys to collect clean, accessible and actionable data. Analyze resulting data with data team. Initiate and run user-testing.
This feature was identified as a great strategic move for both Code School and it's parent company, Pluralsight. Uncovered during qualitative persona interviews, it became clear users wanted a more interactive experience in their e-learning. The feature comprises of github training, combining more than one of the languages into one project, then upon uploading to github, we're able to grade and give feedback. Originally a Code School feature, it should be noted it's gone through many iterations since.