CB Richard Ellis
Senior UX Designer
Create user-center UI for inter-company enterprise software applications. Improve high-performance broker efficiency with streamlined desktop and mobile applications. Innovate with best user experience design practices. Collaborate with and mentor design team. Bring high-altitude perspective to UX with user workflow diagrams.
Seattle, Washington, United States
UX Designer, V-Dash for Microsoft
I worked with Microsoft Sales and Marketing developing a chatbot. I applied UX best practices to configure a natural language interface (NLI) which would help sales executives get deep insight into prospects faster and more efficiently.
- September 2017
Issaquah, Washington, United States
- April 2017
Bellevue, Washington, United States
UX Designer, contract
Placed as a contractor by Aquent. Collaborated with devs to design the code-named Crescent project, which was eventually integrated into Excel.
- December 2011
Redmond, Washington, United States
Principal and Creative Director
Enfineitz was my own small business I started to handle numerous contract jobs I was receiving after I left a previous job at a publishing company in Englewood, Colorado.
I was responsible for a full spectrum of jobs and duties across multiple industries. It was necessary for me to assume multiple roles with many projects to fill various resource needs, including management and team-building. I initiated eployment of new technologies and work flows to provide innovative solutions. Tasks included application of tried-and-true design principles to achieve project objectives and ROI.
Primary service was magazine art direction. This included all layout and design of both trade and consumer print periodicals. Other services included branding, illustration, motion design, web design and UI/UX.
I also initiated web-based publishing opportunities for many of these clients.
Clients included LORE LLC, American Cowboy Magazine, Yale University, Colorado Health Foundation, Imaging Notes, Wiesner Publishing and Energy Central.
- January 2013
Washington, United States