UX & Interaction Design
Take a look at a selection of client and concept projects showcasing my UX and Interaction skills.
CLIENT | TEAM | 3-WEEK SPRINT
Optimising an e-learning platform’s website
Yodomo is a platform for learning creative skills online with a mission to foster positive mental health, encourage human connection, and nurture meaning and purpose in life through the power of making with our hands.
Our team was tasked with investigating user experience and journey efficiency on Yodomo’s site.
We used tools like user research, competitor analysis and card sorting to improve customer onboarding and site-wide navigation. Our team created a functional navigation system using meganav, breadcrumbs and tags, redesigned the homepage to improve content clarity, and streamlined product offering using iconography, microcopy and content design. We delivered high-fidelity prototypes for small and large viewports, our research findings, and a suggested plan of action for Yodomo to continue to implement our work.
Harnessing my strengths
My experience in content and storytelling helped us craft a clear messaging strategy and streamline Yodomo’s content.
My technical skill set in CMSs, front-end and back-end development meant we were able to create a solution that Yodomo could implement within days of our project delivery.
Fulfilling my values
I care about seeing people grow and thrive, so it was great being part of a project that empowers people through learning and by fostering mental wellbeing.
This project was created working alongside a team of awesome, supportive women (in our design team and on the client’s end too!)
This project was produced entirely remotely due to COVID-19.
The final presentation and suggested improvement went way beyond our expectations. We were so delighted with the recommendations put forward that we have been quick to implement them as soon as possible!
— Sophie Rochester CEO, Yodomo
CONCEPT | SOLO | 6+ MONTHS
Designing a near-future physical and digital product
An exploration of multisensory communication through an edible chocolate-based language. This concept was developed independently for my Interaction Design master’s program thesis.