Each project contains a brief overview, intended audience, and the tools I used for ideation, collaboration, and wireframes.
- Salesforce API: Design Integration with AEMDesign a user-interface that allows users to search the Diversity Scholar’s Network by name, field, impact, or category focus.
- Digital Scholarship: Anti-Racist Digital Research InitiativeHow do we create a digital archive to feature filmed oral histories to showcase the 104 Mexican American women who hold a doctorate in history and how Chicana historians transform the way we understand history?
- Digital Scholarship: Digital Research ProjectHow do we create a user-friendly research database for 11+ institutions with a diverse group of assets, audiences, and technical needs?
- Service Focused Website RedesignHow might we provide important information to incoming and current students while still serving as a staff resource?
- The Dyrt Dogs: Northwestern University Capstone ProjectThere is an underserved need for pet-friendly resources in widely-used camping apps. This project explores a possible solution based on user research and user-centered design.
- Faculty ProjectThis digital scholarship project identified a suitable combination of platforms to promote and house research data. Assist in conceptualization of information architecture and user experience.
- Museum Website RedesignThe museum wanted to focus on achieving a design that was easy to navigate to encourage exploration and find information, while staying within brand guidelines and supporting marketing efforts.
- Unit/Department Website RedesignThe unit was merging an array of services into one website. The end-goal was a user-friendly website with common vocabulary and significant self-help options.
Additional Project Contributions & Documentation
Outline of scope, timelines, and other important information to keep internal teams and stakeholders on the same page.
Tool for the internal project team to brainstorm all the things that can go wrong and how to circumvent them from happening.