A UX + UI Designer looking to push the envelope of what interactivity can do. I’m very interested in how users interact with functional applications, and coming from the SAAS industry, I try to translate prior experience into a better understanding of people and their usability needs. Whether it's creating a full application or a button, I try to think two steps ahead, in terms of interactive ergonomics and the evolution of Human–computer interaction. I am a firm believer that good aesthetics are only half the battle. Great user experience is built from empathy. Always in touch with my inner consumer and well aware of what brings attention to a product or service, I myself, can draw inspiration from a well-marketed hamburger wrapper. My creative vision is to keep fresh ideas on the table much like your mother kept fresh fruit. I know that every marketing arena is perpetually changing and I will evolve with each outlet, the many facets, and every paradigm shift. In order to keep a modernistic approach, I follow a simple mantra:1: view everything creative as inspiration
A good logo can make or break a franchise but so can an awesome user experience.
Whether it's brand or digital strategy, views from both ground level & 30,000 ft are necessary.
I have a knack for sorting through demographic details to accomplish usability goals and engaging end users.
Good design isn't everything, a well constructed product must function seemlessly.
You can't perfect your craft without the right tools.
"Good design can stem from any inspiration but, great work stems from good habits."
First things first, let's figure out exactly what you need and explore the possibilities.
A crucial step, let's look at the demographics, and start talking about positioning.
Let's look at existing interactivity and create some new blueprints of our own.
Let's take those blueprints and make them functional so we can capture some user data.
Now, we'll take those blueprints + data and make some informed design decisions.
Get out the wrench and roll up the sleeves because we're about to build something.