DesignOps in Atlanta, He/him
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I'm a DesignOps person masquerading as a UX designer
I worked remotely with a digital agency comprised of product designers, brand designers, illustrators, and Webflow developers. I concepted and finalized layouts and user flows through a combination of competitive analysis, interactive prototyping, and stakeholder feedback. My client projects ranged from a mobile app in the health and fitness space to an array of properties for a multinational pharmaceutical company.
Midway though my tenure at ShootProof, I transitioned from engineering to product design. I designed software tools for ShootProof’s studio app and client gallery platforms. I created design mocks and assets in Sketch, and I exported my work to Zeplin to share with the development team for project handoff. I collaborated with UX, engineering, and QA to establish a design system based on the principles of atomic design. I documented design patterns and guidelines in Confluence and Sketch/Figma.
I conducted preliminary discovery work for an internal services tool. I partnered with project management to define a series of edge-cases, and I created a batch of wireframes and prototypes to communicate and validate possible workflow solutions.
As a front-end engineer, I contributed to various studio app features—namely marketplace, contracts, and invoices. I partnered closely with the product design team to translate design specs and requirements into code. The tech stack consisted of AngularJS, SCSS, Jasmine, Gulp, and GitHub Enterprise.
While working at a small startup, I contributed to the development of a language-learning app for iOS and Android. I helped build the app's user interface using Appcelerator's open-source Titanium SDK. In addition, I rebuilt the company website using Zurb Foundation and CodeKit.