- City of Westminster, GB
- £7 /hr
- Available now
Interactive User experience design expert, with accomplishments in information architecture, interaction design, and usability for mobile, web, and desktop applications. Able tomore...Interactive User experience design expert, with accomplishments in information architecture, interaction design, and usability for mobile, web, and desktop applications. Able to translate key business requirements and user needs into a compelling user experience, while collaborating with a multidisciplinary development team. Fluent in usability test designs and controls. Complements design skills with good knowledge of web accessibility and front end development skills.
• User Interface Designing/Development
• Paper prototype, persona designing, user flows, card sorting and screen designing
• High level design documentation
• Experience of Agile/UCD methodologies
Area Covered: SLOUGH, UNITED KINGDOM
Job Title: UI developer/designer
Company: Value Retail
Job Title: UX/UI developer
Job Title: UI designer/developer
Company: Phones international
Description: Phones International group is a leading provider of wireless and mobile communications solutions, which has been independently recognized as one of the fastest-growing enterprises in Europe.
I was hired at Phones international as Solution designer/developer for mainly Vodafone Qatar project. In this VFQ project. This role involved user centered research for the design, management, development and deployment of full life cycle application projects in an AGILE (Scrum) environment. My initial responsibility was to create the Solution Designs and to produce a recommended Solution Architecture for new Vodafone Qatar website, known as the VFQ Service Assurance Journey. I designed a consistent user experience for their web and mobile platform application, including Blackberry and Symbian ones. Also, I was responsible for creating wireframes, screen flow diagrams, persona designs and user-centered functional specifications before the final multilingual applications screen design.
Job Title: UX designer / Developer
Description: Bet365 is one of the leading online betting company in UK. My job description used to get varied within UI design and development. Throughout this position, I worked very closely with the business team to analyze the user"s needs, scenario development and capture the requirement, based upon user-centered design approach, and to ensure the delivery of task facilitates excellent usability, performance and visual design.
The other main project I was mainly involved in was Affiliates website. I completely designed and developed the new bet365 Affiliates website and also helped to build team in integration of my new design with new .net platform.
Job Title: Front-end UI/Solution Designer
Company: O2 UK
Description: O2 is the leading telecommunication company in Europe, with operations in the UK and around the continent. My job varies in terms of description and day-to-day tasks, which making it more challenging. I had sets of responsibilities, mainly designing and UI development related.
The major project I worked on was “O2 Eservice version 2", where the purpose was to give complete control to the customers, allowing them to change the tariff, add or delete packages. The other target was to minimize the customer services calls, providing all the information on the web/mobile browser.
This role involved user centered research for the design, management, development and deployment of full life cycle application projects in an AGILE (Scrum) environment. I did all the designs, requirements gathering, analysis, creating interaction designs and basic wireframes according to the business logic. After the approval of wireframes, I translated them into the screen design according to the principle of usability, Accessibility practices, customer's suggestion polls, and best industry practice by using UCD (User centered design philosophy).
In phase 2, I developed the Static (XHTML & CSS) prototype of the actual application. In Phase 3, we transferred all prototypes in the ALFRESCO (CMS) and on top of ALFRESCO, we have used LIRERAY as a portal development tool. As a front-end designer and developer, it was my responsibility to integrate the front-end functionality with the LIRERAY functionality.
Job Title: Front-end Designer/Developer
Description: The Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) is a body which represents 26 train operating companies, providing passenger railway services on the privatized British railway system. I was responsible for their main projects to redesign ATOC.org website from the sketch and re-skinning the new National rail enquiries website. I have created the new wireframe and the new screen design of ATOC.org, and sent them for sign off process. After the completion of the sign off process, I moved to the development phase which is the integration of static prototype with the backend development systems and the deployment of the website and its contents with the Alfresco Content management system. Amongst the skills I used: Html (hand coding), DHTML, intense Java script, CSS / CSS2 Alfresco CMS and Photo shop CS2
https://www.atoc.org/ http://www.atoctravelagents.org/ http://www.atoc-comms.org/ http://nationalrail.co.uk/
Job Title: UX/IA Designer/Developer
Company: Barclays Bank
Description: Barclays bank is one of the leading financial institute in UK. I worked as a web portal UI Team leader for front end designer, where I did some hands on development as well.I was involved in most of the projects, including static and dynamic routs, depending on different scenarios. Since like all other financial institutions, we worked through a very strict design and branding guidelines and were very focused on the target based approaches, using different personas and usability optimisations.
I was responsible for designing all the graphics and creating the new branding look and feel for their new business banking website known as “Pegasus”. I used different process of UCD design methodology to achieve the required level of web usability/ accessibility standards. I began designing the application on paper and then created high-fidelity detailed screen designs, developed screen flow and navigation model. During the deployment phase, I was involved in providing training and performed onsite user survey to get the maximum feedback about our “Pegasus” application.
• Front-end designing and implementation for their new live business-banking project.
• Analyse and evaluate front-end design challenges/usability issues and implement effective design solutions.
• Understanding of usability design methods, user interface design, typography, colour and page layout.
• Understanding the capabilities and constraints of design concepts in the web environment
• Developing effective online user experience through usability techniques, such as user profiling, paper
• Wire-frame testing and scenario modeling.
• Designing usable screen layouts, site structures and navigational systems.
• Excellent hand coding skills in XHTML and CSS for development and prototyping
• Accessible web design methods - W3C.org standards and manual testing
Degree: CIS (Computer Information Systems)
University / College: Washington State University