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I’m a senior-level UX designer with seven years of experience creating and growing websites and products for digital businesses. I’m currently the UX design and front-end development lead for barre3, a fitness brand.
barre3 hired me to lead the redesign of their website, including an online workouts subscription service, a shop, and a blog. After a successful launch, I’ve continued to develop new products and refine the user experience across their entire digital platform. I’m currently developing the UX for their upcoming iOS app.
Conceptualize and develop new products and features
Wireframe, prototype, and design responsive web content
Lead front-end and collaborate with back-end developers
Conduct user interviews and run surveys and CRO tests
Lead art direction and styling of photo and video shoots
Manage juniors and supervise projects with contractors
Designed a subscription that tripled our MRR in a year
Led the redesign and rebranding for barre3’s website
Built all user-facing features with clean, reusable code
Used insights to increase user acquisition and retention
Used imagery and video to optimize our sales funnel
Helped grow a team of two members to nine in two years
I started out with eLocal as a college intern, designing and illustrating infographics. My role grew into a full-time web design job, and quickly expanded into UX design and front-end development. Along the way I improved conversion rates on key portions of their website, such as a 22% decrease in page abandonment from a single submission form revision. My last project for eLocal was a comprehensive rebranding.
I’ve produced a diverse range of products, including websites, logos, invitations, infographics, and illustrations. My clients have included FirstJob, Authorize.Net, and Starcycle, but I specialize in creating personal and small business websites.
Visual Communications major, Art History minor
Graduated magna cum laude, recipient of Arts and Trustee’s Scholarships
Sketch / InVision
HTML5 / CSS3
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