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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. 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 mi… Read More
My name is Jordan Robinson and I'm a 10-year UI/UX, mobile designer, with a hobby of front-end development. 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! Read Less
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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