Story: a 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 the past, I have interviewed bikers, job-seekers, administrators, patients to understand their user pain points. I study their specific context, look into the related stories in other demographics, look at other societal contexts to understand how things are different and if there is options of adaptability in the current context. A contextual review, a heuristic analysis, a comparative assessment and data analysis is what is required to get to the pain point.

The work I do is possible due to an immediate empathy that I am able to advance to a context. I put myself in the users shoes then calculate and assess what their story looks like in terms of technology, time, need and usage. I then find what’s lacking in the context of an interface and a design and take it from there. To me clients/users are people first, always!

Some of the outcomes I provide are personas, journey maps and solution prototypes to developers. These days however, fixing the problems with technology is a way I do it. I went back to school to learn to code and I am loving every minute of it.

My background now encompasses HTML, CSS, JavaScript, MEAN stack, bootstrap, materialize, some knowledge of AWS docker, container, route 53, microservices.

Watch out for the story here.

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