The Account Management Portal. or AMP, is an internal tool for representatives to service individual consumer accounts.
Establishing and maintaining design standards are an important aspect of any initiative’s success.
A mobile first customer service portal to service institutional investors’ accounts.
Dashboards are terrific ways to provide end users access to high level information all from one point of access.
Design thinking is a specific methodology which seeks to provide innovative solutions addressing consumer needs.
Brainstorming many times is the start of the design process. These can be interactive white board sessions with a group.
This project is centered on the design principal of providing personalization to a consumer managing their day to day health and wellness issues.
The Book Analytics project designed for Fidelity Investments provides institutional investors insights into their portfolios.
Personas are fictional people which embody common attributes of your customers and end users.
Analytics are a great way to understand the usage of a project. A variety of metrics can be captured which can provide insights into the usage of an online property.
This project was designed for Johnson & Johnson as a platform to help treat the chronic condition Eczema.
Designing a mobile first website assures that all content will be rendered on all device types.
Understanding the intellectual property underpinnings of a project and possible patent opportunities.
Project Management of a solution end to end, from defining business requirements to developing project schedules and developing budgets.
This project was developed for Fidelity Investments to facilitate the direct transfer of assets to their platform.
Sitemaps are comprehensive diagrams which represent the overall structure and organization of a property.
User testing can take many forms, but allows many opportunities to learn about a project whether it is built or being designed.
Redlines are a simple and fast method to assure consistency on a project as it is in the developers hands.