I'm a UX manager, designer, and developer, and I lead teams who build great web sites.
A great web site consists of simple design, clean code, and meaningful content that's accessible by everyone. I'm passionate about designing and building online experiences that are usable on any device by any person. Responsive design, progressive enhancement, and graceful degradation are my guiding principles.
Case Study: Fitly Responsive Design
Fitly approached me with an e-commerce site that had some UX challenges stemming from its startup incubator roots. I was tasked with improving the user experience and rebuilding the front end to reach MVP (Minimum Viable Product) status. Read the case study and see how I solved some UX challenges unique to Fitly.
Case Study: hibu Marketplace Responsive Design
Znode, a subsidiary of hibu, had an e-commerce platform with lots of legacy code and a design that wasn't ready for mobile devices. My team rebuilt the UI from scratch, then devised a plan to go responsive and improve the experience for millions of mobile and tablet users. Read the case study and learn how we tackled responsive e-commerce.
Case Study: Abercrombie & Fitch Front End Architecture
Abercrombie & Fitch had four distinct brands running on four distinct code bases, leading to lots of duplicate development effort. I engineered a front end framework that lets them spend less time chasing problems and more time building solutions. Read the case study and learn how I made A&F's sites faster and easier to maintain.
Case Study: OncoTracker Design and Development
OncoTracker wanted to provide an easy way for oncology patients to access their medical records anywhere. I designed a solution that walks users through the process of entering their records step by step and allows them to track the progress of their treatment. Read the case study and see how I made it easier for patients to track their treatments.
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