As the first woman User Interface / User Experience Designer at Weill Cornell Medicine, I mentored a team of designers and contributed to two branding initiatives, as well as the transition into Drupal.
My portfolio is always evolving, and links will become available as these designs go live. Feel free to Contact Me if you have any questions on any of these or other projects.
As a UX / UI Designer I was in charge of:
Being up-to-date with the latest design trends, techniques and technologies.
Gather customer and end-user requirements and created an UX concept and strategy
Conduct co-creation sessions with end-users and clients and usability testing sessions
Style Guide Development.
Creative Direction and budget management.
Photo shoot and image management.
Prototyping (code and paper).
User Experience (task flows, storyboarding, sitemaps, wire-framing, personas).
User Research (interviews, data gathering, surveys).
Conduct workshops & brainstorming sessions with internal design team members or with clients to define visual design direction
Present designs to client and elaborated on design decisions made
As a UX / UI Developer:
Provided Design Sensitivity for Content Management Systems.
Designed the interaction model for the mobile/web/embedded solutions.
Created clickable prototypes.
Responsive development based on my designs.
Below are some design highlights based on the latest design. See individual pages that explain my design thinking process.
Time Entry Application - Explained ›
Medical Associates / Primary Care ›
Department of Healthcare Policy & Research › (Architecture) - WIP
Contribution to the creation and further development of wireframes for all projects:
I introduced and mentored the team of designers to the use of Design Thinking strategies to improve the quality of our products, and the presentation of them to the clients. I tested and selected of tools to build sitemaps, wireframes and prototypes.
Sitemap and wireframe examples: