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User research Information architecture&design
User experience design
User experience architecture Navigation systems design
Rapid prototyping (Axure)
Sr. Information Architect (IA) Specialist
User Experience Designer
I really enjoy working with clients and helping them to move successfully forward with their projects. I see it as a co-creative process. Working together as a team enables every project to move forward. I can help your organization by contributing my expertise and skills. How may I help you?
User research Information Architect
User experience design
User experience architect
Interaction design Navigation systems design
About What I Do—
Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction Stanford University Program
Talking about user experience design, including the various layers of design and application. We could also talk about it in terms of the elements of user experience design and how it relates to information architecture and human-computer interaction: From the concrete—Web as a software interface—to visual design, interface design, interaction design, functional specifications, user needs, site objectives, and to the task orientation.
Or, from the—Web as a hypertext system—to visual design, navigation design, information architecture, content requirements, user needs, to site objectives—information oriented, from the abstract to the conception (Jesse James Garrett).
What is Information Architecture?
World Information Architecture Day 2014
Prototyping Using Axure Without Coding
Using Axure, creating components, prototyping, and diagrams for Websites. It helps to automate the process of creating high-quality documents and for rapid prototyping. One can create prototypes of Websites and apps without coding (Figure 1).
I work with clients on developing excellent blueprints (conceptual designs promoting user-centered design principles). Doing design research and card sorting helps to establish user-centered design for a Website (Figure 2).
This helps end users to successfully use online products, when it is applied correctly to improve usability of products. Taking a systematic approach in an agile environment really helps to get the job done right.