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My name is Jordan Robinson and I'm a 10-year UI/UX, mobile designer, with a hobby of front-end development. This is a quote that sums me up rather well:

"Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."
- Constantin Brancusi

Boom! There it is.

But if you like to read, here you go...
My goal has al… Read More
My name is Jordan Robinson and I'm a 10-year UI/UX, mobile designer, with a hobby of front-end development. This is a quote that sums me up rather well:

"Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."
- Constantin Brancusi

Boom! There it is.

But if you like to read, here you go...
My goal has always been to work on creative projects with an impact on enhancing people's lives. I'm a bit of a chameleon when it comes to design styles, but I prefer to focus on modern designs, dipped in minimalism. I've worked with AT&T, Capital One Investing, Microsoft and a number of other firms. In my spare time, I'm a budding writer with dreams of finishing my first novel. Welcome to my portfolio!
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Phase I: Discover and Identify

I start with identifying the problem, understanding the user needs and business goals, determining the scope of the project, conducting in-person interviews, and develop personas.


Phase II: Background Research

I like to gain a deeper understanding of the business, it’s competit… Read More
Phase I: Discover and Identify

I start with identifying the problem, understanding the user needs and business goals, determining the scope of the project, conducting in-person interviews, and develop personas.


Phase II: Background Research

I like to gain a deeper understanding of the business, it’s competitors, and when available, study the performance metrics of the company.



Phase III: Information Architecture and the User Experience

During this phase I determine the information architecture, create a task flow analysis, tailor messages. I then move to creating sketches, wireframes, and prototypes.


Phase IV: User Testing and Iterations

This is the most important phase in the UX process, as it determines how the users will interact with the website or app. I use various resources for online testing and in-person presentations. After each round of testing I use the feedback and insights to create a validated solution.


Phase V: Front-End Development

When the design is solid, the coding begins.
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