Design is a messy but informative process that puts people first. Human-centered design begins with contextual inquiry and in-depth user research. User needs are uncovered by analyzing and synthesizing the results of the research, and design decisions are driven by these insights.
User and field research
Proof of concept
Combine results of research and ideation
Test and review
User-testing, A/B testing
Re-examine design decisions
Prep for production
The visualization below breaks down the breadth and depth of my personal skill-set across relevant fields in design. The horizontal bar across the top shows the variety of disciplines, while the vertical bars show the depth of knowledge and experience in those fields.