research on employment in Princeton area

sociological research before the UX research There is a blackbox that needed to be unearthed before the job search app began. It came out of the user need to fill the gap for the low-wage work force in Princeton. Combining the various disparate elements of the ongoing employment efforts underway by many agencies in the area... Continue Reading →

landing page- bike view

The location for this prototype was the bike view front page showcasing how the first page. This signifies the most critical aspects of what the users would like to look at based on their feedback after usability testing was done. The application is able to use real time data from the NJ DOT dashboard and... Continue Reading →

full stack developer projects

Hema's skill profile also includes  HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Bootstrap, Materialize, FireBase, GitHub, Terminal/Bash, Heroku. She is currently working with a healthcare startup preparing website launch on AWS, front end work, API pulls for a user base concerned with healthy living. A sample of her projects is listed below with links to GitHub for code and... Continue Reading →

mary jacobs library foundation: a note on research and visioning

The Mary Jacobs Library Foundation works to find financial and community support for the Mary Jacobs Library, situated in Montgomery Township, New Jersey. "The Foundation’s mission is to provide a library building for the community. We strive to maintain an innovative, safe and welcoming environment that inspires learning, advancing technology and cultural engagement in the community."... Continue Reading →

another first step

Until now the work that I did has been about creating prototypes for developers as a product of my user experience research. I love working with people, understanding their contexts and listening to their stories (demographics and the sociologically significant data). Giving this sociological perspective to the stories has been the process I followed.  In... Continue Reading →

user testing for bike view

BikeView.org The landing page for the page BikeView.org is the first impression that is created and it is what will stay in the users' mind. It needs to convey the objective which is really tied in with people USING the website. We have a host of people who will use the site- municipality, police officers,... Continue Reading →

ux research for bike view: new jersey dot crash data

The Bike View website/app came out of data analysis work at Code for Princeton on New Jersey Department of Transportation Crash Data. In order to use the data further, the Princeton Bike and Pedestrian Alliance member came forward with an idea to use Bike Crash data. Experienced bikers in the Princeton area were able to... Continue Reading →

persona: users, consumers, customers, clients and humans!

In any order you see it, the common element in the categories of users, consumers, clients and customers are the stories we hear from each of these people and these are of value. Each one has a context and each serves a different purpose and has a story. Woven together for value- the stories serve... Continue Reading →

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