Assets came from several projects completed at Depaul University as a Graduate Student and at Grainger as Lead UXA.
Project: Trail Call (Depaul University)
Interviewed several users of the bike trails in the Chicago Land Area to understand how and why they used the local bike trails. This user map was developed to create a visualization of the user behaviors reported.
High Level Sign In Concepts
Project: Improved Sign In (Grainger, Lead UXA)
After competitive analysis of several sites including Grainger.com the following criteria (Restrictiveness, Visibility, and Frequency) were selected and visualized for A/B tests intended to optimize sign in interactions. The Concepts where used to level set the language between stakeholders and to give designers an idea of how each interaction could be tweaked by altering it along the three criteria.
Project: Display Product Alternates (Grainger, Lead UXA for initial planning)
Several early concepts were created during brainstorming sessions with Technical Product Managers and Developers. Early iterations were redrawn digitally and presented in early stakeholder conversations.
Greater detail detail was added to the concepts as less viable ones were weeded out. Further brainstorming was done to sketch out potential interactions on the page.
Greater fidelity was used to provide a better idea of spacial requirements of the existing pages. Built to be used for early user prototyping.
Wireframes provided greater detail on the nature of the interactions