First being hired on as an intern, working at the University of Texas Health/Science Center at Houston has helped me not only to be a better designer, but also to be able to work well with others.
MediaFire is a cloud storage service that helps people store, organize, and share data via the Internet. At MediaFire, I worked primarily with HTML5, CSS, and Photoshop to design and improve the overall look and feel of the website. This position has not only helped me to understand how better communicate and work together with a team, but it has also helped me to sharpen my skills as a designer.
At Ancestry, I designed their new interface to be released to libraries all across the world. This new interface would help users better visualize the records they are searching for requarding their ancestors and help them minimize the time taken to accomplish tasks due to the limited amount of time given in libraries.
At USANA I lead the design of their flagship web application, USANA Hub, which served as a sales portal that servs thousands of associates in many different markets around the world. I also ensured that all of the designs being used throught the company, were consistent in both function and asthetic. I also helped USANA to move from older technologies in favor of new ones such as AngularJS.
Here I worked on many different projects for clients and have used a wide array of technologies and styles.
At RSS.com I conceptualize and further develop ideas for RSS.com in an effort to revive an aging technology, create a reimagined reader experience, help publishers to obtain a styled, user-friendly RSS feed page, and educate the public about the benefits of the technology. I designed wireframes and mockups then later implemented those mockups in an Angular front end. I worked with a backend developer to archetect and implement a RESTful API.
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