2011 – 2015
I’m currently a Web Experience Manager at Salesforce, working with a small team to deliver the best experience on our corporate website. We balance user needs with business needs, and touch everything that involves the web on whatever device. Our goal is to turn visitors into customers of this enterprise cloud computing company.
I work in HTML and CSS, produce wireframes and prototypes for new designs, and continuously optimize through testing. During my time at Salesforce, I’ve worked on numerous redesigns, new product websites, and a web style guide—all alongside a group of talented developers, designers, and copywriters.
2010 – 2011
Emochila offers website development tools for accountants and CPAs. I worked as lead designer, overseeing the complete redesign of their app. I did some research, sketched a lot, and delivered production ready designs. The small company was later acquired by Thomson Reuters and renamed Web Builder CS.
I completed this 12-week User Experience course at General Assembly’s San Francisco campus. The course went through the complete user experience design process and had us deliver a working prototype at the end.
After hours of research, developing personas, wireframing, and usability testing, I prototyped a fitness app I called Minute Camp. Its goal was to deliver quick 5 to 30 minute workouts to busy people. Here are a few screenshots from the Flinto prototype.
2008 – 2011
A while ago, I used to do a lot of freelance work. I’ve worked with artists, a small bed and breakfast in Marin County, a sensor company, and others.