Hi, I'm Joe.
I'm a UX Designer passionate about web accessibility and creating delightful experiences.
Overview: Verification Exchange is a B2B2C application that provides I-9 verification—verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States and Canada.
Role: UX Designer responsible for designing high fidelity comps in Affinity Designer, work with developers to build the UI in Angular, and manage accessibility.
Overview: Insights is an AI that tracks a customers cashflow, spending, and saving habits to provide real-time personalized financial awareness and tips.
Role: UX Lead responsible for working with Personetics, marketing, and data analytics to design a dashboard card and inbox.
Overview: Personal Financial Management (PFM) provides customers with the option of viewing all their finances (internal and external) in the banking platform. By providing a high level view of all their finances, customers are empowered to better manage and prioritize their financial decisions.
Role: UX Lead responsible for user research, user flows, wireframes, and high fidelity prototypes, stakeholder demos, and managing accessibility.
Overview: Redesign the pre-existing bill pay feature to allow users to make (1) multiple payments, (2) select the frequency of payments, and (3) activate/deactivate e-bills.
Role: UX Lead responsible for user research, wireframes, design reviews, stakeholder demos, and managing accessibility.
Overview: Redesign and develop the flash based and non-responsive website. Non-negotiables included (1) digital accessibility, (2) data-driven design, (3) a logical information architecture, and (4) aesthetically pleasing.
Role: Lead Web Designer and Front End Developer responsible for assisting the Digital Marketing manager with the information architecture, wireframes, web accessibility, prototypes, development, and quality assurance.
Overview: Work with the digital marketing team to redesign the non-responsive website. Designs should highlight the hotel property, dining, and local San Diego attractions.
Role: Web Designer responsible for taking existing wireframes and designing high fidelity prototypes.
Overview: A presentation startup located in San Diego. They design compelling presentations that'll give their competitors a run for their money. Their presentations aren't boring, so their website shouldn't be either.
Role: Lead Web Designer and Front End Developer responsible for brand identity, mood board, user research, wireframes, information architecture, prototypes, and development.
Overview: Design thew Gwinnett Virtual Tours website in Webflow. Website should (1) look modern, (2) incorporate illustrations, (3) include 360 photography using Google VR.
Role: Lead Web Designer responsible for conducting a comparative analysis, wireframes, and high fidelity comps.
Overview: Redesign of New Life Presbyterian church for the new year. Website requirements included (1) utilize a simple CMS that can be managed by church staff, (2) responsive, (3) look and feel should be a continuation of the liturgy, and (4) streamline the process for updating the church calender, liturgies, and sermons.
Role: Lead Designer responsible for researching the best CMS for the client, simplify the information architecture, design prototypes, and deliver the product by January 1, 2019.
Did you know that 1 in 5 people have some type of disability? As a UX Designer, I'm an advocate for all users—even users with disabilities. I've been working with digital accessibility for about 4 years and had the priviledge of leading several initiatives within companies.
I'm a strong believer that the best UX involves designing and developing with accessibility in mind. This ensures products are findable, usable, useful, and ultimately desirable. Businesses that focus on accessibility are more likely to be innovative, build brand loyalty, and yield a better ROI (not to mention avoid ADA litigation).
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