UX Designer with experience in creating compelling and intuitive data consumption dashboards. Develop mockups for our development and design team = Xplosion, (show, sketches and wireframes: talk about 2 points(a change, and a passion. Show any other mockups(Natasha?)
transformational effort of migrating away from home-grown legacy tools designed without UX considerations to modern, attractive, interactive dashboards and portals designed to support internal customer self-service. - Show how you did this
build our user experience strategy from the ground up, focusing on the internal customer= Show how you have done this before(Xplosion)
brand management. = Show work on how you did this for Holiday Inn
Conduct competitive analyses of other websites that operate in the same space = Make sure to show how you have done this before.
Prepare customer analyses based on their needs and expectations - LOOK INTO THIS?
Participate in creating a content development strategy
Coordinate with Business Science and Engineering design teams on issues like navigation, visualization responsiveness, data structuring and more. = Talk about co-lbration with Devs, Expert interview, and working wiht clients. (a good place to talk about your skills from customer service.
Track usability goals and prepare reports for senior management= How you prepaired reports with mW
Conduct usability tests on each independent type of page on the website and create a report showcasing your findings = Show your footage and reports of usablity testing.
Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Design, Development or Engineering required = An INTESTIVE PROGRAM FOCUSED SOULY ON UX.
Excellent PC skills required = MY PROFESSIONAL LIFE HAS ALWAYS BEEN WORKING ON A PC.
Experience preparing detailed competitive and consumer analyses= HOW YOU HAVE DONE REPORTING IN PAST JOBS, YOUR GOOD WITH DATA ORGANIZATION, AND HAVE DONE THAT BEFORE WITH UX TO (WITH XPLSION, BLANTON PROJECT.
Data Visualization Expert Interview
Data Visualization expert, Craig Fryar from Tableau, met with us to go over best practices for displaying data visualization on mobile.
- Only show one metric graph per screen on mobile
- Discovered the essentials metrics for coaches
- Don't use more than three visualization charts at a time
Through our meeting with Craig, I add series of questions in the user interviews. These new questions focused on seeing which metrics were most important to coaches and provided valuable information later in the design process.
Why Pie Charts Don't Work
Usability Testing current iOS app
- The app is an impartial communication tool with players
- Viewing individual players beside his or her peers
- The ability to record more than one body metric
Coaches Had Issues with:
- Navigation and that the data was difficult to read
- Confused by unit signifiers as no unit of measure was given
- Weren't using the feedback mechanism of good/bad
- Data on the team dashboard overwhelmed them.
- Felt like a leader-board was counter-productive
I needed to narrow down the information that coaches saw at a glance and provide better navigation. But still, let them adjust the data between per players. I decided to look for ways to provide more user freedom.