A regional bank in the New England Area contracted with the Bentley UXC to test their existing information architecture and help redesign their website. I worked with the team to prototype key areas of the site, including an overview of the mobile navigation.
Streamline the client’s existing navigation structure;
Explore new options for showcasing promotional content;
Create a more user-centered design and validate it through testing.
This software system helps process control engineers monitor industrial valves across a variety of industries. With so much on the line, they needed a new design that made the most important data easy to find—while still giving them access to a rich library of reporting, analysis and adjustment tools.
Over a period of eight months, I worked with the college to identify and organize content, envision and prototype new functionality, and keep the team moving forward quickly. The result was a widely-applauded new experience for the campus community, and development of a closely-knit team committed to improving Berklee.edu.
Meetings with departments across the college campus to uncover content needs, talk through requirements, and socialize a highly political redesign project.
The Congregational Library and Archives hosts the nation's oldest collection of Congregational Christian history. Their website, built on Drupal 6 and built in 2005, was home to a vast collection of resources, many of which were hidden among dozens of outdated pages and hidden links. I worked with them to:
Babson College, an international business school located in Wellesley, MA and San Francisco, is using Drupal to improve upon key aspects of the school's Learning Management System (LMS). I worked with the College to develop user research, create wireframes, specifications and prototypes, and gather requirements for several components of this system.