About my work
- I am currently collaborating with team members to find creative ways of improveing our Salesforce implementation for use by multiple departments accross The University.
- I am using different UX methods to better understand the needs of our users.
Latest Websites Built
With my recent career switch to UX design, I am not currently building websites but I've listed the last projects that were built with Craft CMS.
- Parksville Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island, BC (Nov. 2020)
- Dawsonville, GA (Jun. 2020)
- St. Mary's, MD (May. 2020)
- Louisville, KY assisted (Feb. 2020)
- Mesa, AZ (Jan. 2020)
- Big Bear Lake, CA (Oct. 2019)
- Durham, NC (Jul. 2019)
- Flagstaff, AZ (Apr. 2019)
- Jacksonville, FL (Jul. 2018)
If we don't listen to our users, then we're building things for ourselves. Working in a user-centered design process helps teams prioritize and define requirements. Every project works within contraints but I always make efforts to do what's best for the people consuming the information.
I've worked on too many projects where accessibility is thought of as an add-on. I beleive it is something that everyone should consider every step of a project. It's also something I've been making strides to improve in every project I work on. I've found web standards as a solid starting point.
Most of the people around me are lucky enough to work on these projects with large screens and fast connections, but the people consuming the information are often on 3G or public Wi-Fi connections. It's important that I use every trick I can find to deliver a snappy website in a resonable amount of time.