I'm a web-enthusiast for hire. You can find me assisting businesses with their front end code, and UX needs.
My role was very much a versatile position, one that shifted from research and planning to design mockups and then finally to the front end code itself. I would have liked more opportunity to present a more user-centric design over one that is simply "trying to please the kids", but suggestions were given for improvement and some design changes may take place in the next iteration.
The system is a .NET framework which is a corporate framework I have plenty of experience dealing with albeit from a front end stand point. The backend is in the final stages of testing and the launch date is scheduled for mid August.
This project began in early 2013 by a group of developers who are no longer working on the site. When I got in touch with the project manager I soon realised that there were issues with documentation, and planning.
The backend functionality was being built out slowly, but little attention was actually spent on what their visitors required - there was not a consensus of what users would be doing amongst the current team and with the client expecting a fully integrated payment, booking and ticketing platform this meant I needed to fill gaps in the project.
PhysioWizard is a software tool which allows individual patients to self-assess and triage their low back pain providing personalised identification of conditions and treatment options. Eease of access is essential to the product. The goal is to save both professional and personal time, while giving preventative guidance.
The product itself is still undergoing development, but I was able to construct a landing page which highlight information for both patients and medical staff.
Emotiv is an electronics company developing brain–computer interfaces based on electroencephalography technology.
This was a concept that was presented as an alternative to their current front-facing site which aims to sell the device to hobbyists and engineers alike.