Key Accomplishment: Expanded web development offerings by agency to 40% of total business, from a previous mark of 5%.
I constructed mobile computer systems for printing photographs on-site at sports tournaments, focusing on speed and efficiency. I managed employees, e-commerce sales, and all aspects of events from start to finish. Handled all Graphic Design and Marketing requests.
Key Accomplishment: I independently handled the agreement, setup, and execution of the 2009 Division III Track & Field Finals over a six month period, the highest grossing event (sales) of that year.
As a masters student at the Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, I'm well versed in the HCI methods of UX design. UX Research drives everything I do, lending to design solutions formed with methods such as competititive analysis, storyboards, personas, wireframes, user testing, rapid prototyping, and more.
I earned a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute, College of Art which led to a strong understanding of visual design concepts. I worked at Boost Creative, a creative shop in Southwest Florida, for five years as a web designer, interactive designer, print designer, and photographer servicing a wide variety of clients.
At Boost Creative, my role as the head of web development required me to manage the workflow of 1-2 direct reports. As a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon, I've assumed the role of project manager for multiple asssignments, including my capstone project which is working with Bloomberg News.