Entering college I thought going into the field of Information Technology would be a good path for me.
I quickly discovered that I needed to do something more creative.
My inner musician and production skills pushed toward something more rewarding in the tech field.
Initially, I gravitated towards Web Development and Graphic design. But I wanted to know how and why people keep returning to websites, apps, and other interactive forms of media. When I discovered UX/UI design I knew I had to throw myself into it.
Applying what I know within concepts and theories of UX/UI design is what I use to specialize my work. I like to think of the larger picture while approaching a task and work front to back, from ideation all the way to development.
At first I had a rough experience learning web development. But I persevered and have come to love it while learning UX/UI design. It helps me speak a shared language to other developers so the process of creating a user centered product gets more efficient.
All of the decisons made on designs are backed up by understanding the user’s needs, motivations and pains
Through gathering information from human conducted research, we can create designs based off data to affirm design decisions
Journey mapping and making consistent user flows helps point out the risky areas. Losing users along the way would be problematic.
From low to high fidelity, Interactions have clear functionality and the path is aimed towards satisfying the users needs
While close to the finish, Iteration and further testing helps solve the complex problems within our approach process.
I don’t only just focus on UX. Front End Web Development is something I can help in!
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