Field Marketing wanted to refresh the design of the sessions listing and agenda pages to better match the corporate design changes to the conference website.
Based on mock-ups from Creative Marketing, I worked to capture the design requirements and ensure that the customer journey for building an agenda remained a usable experience.
A major change request was to move the filters from an unmanageable, scrolling list of check boxes to select boxes for the faceted search located above the sessions content instead of to the left. This allowed more horizontal space to display session content.
I created wireframes for vetting the design with business stakeholders and wrote the functional design specifications document. These went on to work as a blueprint for our developers.
Post-development, I created our quality assurance test plans and administered QAT and UAT with stakeholders.
Sessions page with details expanded
My Agenda page
My Agenda page messaging
As with the first version of this project, we were constrained by the existing website and corporate design. New functionality was implemented as directed by the webteam.
I tracked all development work through JIRA.
Live Sessions page
Live My Agenda page
As an information architect, interaction designer and web developer, I believe in information integrity and accessibility for all through universal design principles and web standards.
I have a wide breadth of knowledge in many areas of web standards and user experience design including HTML, CSS, cross-browser testing, accessibility best practices, information architecture, interaction design, wireframing, prototyping and usability testing.
I earned my Master's Degree in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin iSchool.