I studied Business at University of North Texas' School of Business. I took a design course and found Technical Communication with moderate success. Later I joined the Technical Communication program for design at University of North Texas. Through developing my design processes, I've found I'm most interested in web design, technical writing, and UX.
I enjoy creating unified, end-to-end experiences with close collaborations of cross-functional teams.
People love simple & dependable products. It takes a clear understanding and creativity to ensure the digital experiences are frictionless. My focus is creating rich, engaging material that informs the user by explaining complex ideas in ways that are easy to understand. My focus is on design, but I've added coding, and marketing to my toolset.
Current status: currently unavailable for hire
User research focuses on understanding user behaviors, needs, and motivations through observation techniques, task analysis, and other feedback methodologies such as: A/B Testing, Usability Testing, Wireframing, Focus Groups, Surveying, Clickstream Analysis, Eyetracking, Personas, Prototyping, and Focused Interviews.
Back end development refers to the server side of an application and everything that communicates between the database and the browser.
Data Analysts often make recommendations about the methods and ways in which a company obtains and analyses data to improve quality and the efficiency of data systems. Collecting and interpreting data can help ientify patterns and trends in data sets.
Web designers plan, create, and code internet sites and web pages, many of which combine text with sounds, pictures, graphics and video clips. A web designer is responsible for creating the design and layout of a website or web pages. It and can mean working on a brand new website or updating an already existing site.
Today, website optimization can spell the difference between enterprise success and failure, and it takes a lot more know-how to achieve success. Optimization is making changes to your website so that it will appear higher in search engine results pages and can help direct more traffic to your domain.
From what I've learned about UX, I can say that I like it very much and I’m determined to contribute to the success of a project by doing whatever it takes. I believe that I will be successful in a UX position because I have 900 hours of hands-on training in Technical Communication in a classroom environment at the University of North Texas.Andrew Kleypas
UX/UI Design and Development
Research latest UX trends, analyze competitors, create user surveys, conduct interviews, and keep an eye on guidelines.
Understand requirements, create user personas, develop information architecture, design journey maps, and define use cases.
Draw sketches and wireframes, design images, create prototypes, define UX guidelines, and build prototypes.
Implement functionality, perform usability testing, create bug reports, get user feedback, identify improvements, and illustrate an improvement plan.
Andrew showed perserverance and dedication while working on a web-application project together. He designed several of the app's mockups and wireframes, helped create our content strategy, and conducted numerous usability tests to best serve our users. I personally recommend Andrew to anyone looking for a quick-learner and enthusiastic individual as he has a bright future ahead of him.Givon Conner, Web Developer at UNT