Hi, I'm Joe.
I'm a UX Engineer who's passionate about web accessibility and aesthetically pleasing designs.
As a UX Engineer it's my job to ensure products are findable, usable, desirable, and useful.
I'm a strong believer that the best UX involves designing and developing with accessibility in mind. It's not only the right thing to do, but it's also commercially beneficial for your business and reputation.
Overview: Financial Insights is product that allows customers to get real-time financial insights on their accounts.
Role: UX Lead for Personetics/Financial Insights. Create UX flow for users wanting to aggregate their accounts from the client dashboard. Responsible for wireframes, design reviews, stakeholder demos, and managing accessibility.
Overview: PFM allows customers to aggregate their external financial accounts in order to see their finances in one place. Enabling customers to better manage and prioritize their finances.
Role: UX Lead for PFM. Create UX flow for users wanting to aggregate their accounts from the client dashboard. Responsible for wireframes, design reviews, stakeholder demos, and managing accessibility.View Case Study
Overview: The Bill Pay features on the Bank X web app offers robust solutions for making payments to businesss. The goal was to provide an omnichannel experience for customers.
Role: UX Lead for Bill Pay. Review and compare current web app Bill Pay features with native app features. Come up with solutions for including an omnichannel experience. Create a UX flow for users wanting to (1) set up and pay their bills, (2) view/edit scheduled payments, (3) make mulitple payments, and (4) allow users to activate/deactivate e-bills. Responsible for wireframes, design reviews, stakeholder demos, and managing accessibility.View Bill Pay UX Flow (opens new window)
Overview: Prior website was not web accessible or responsive. Stakeholders and users found site confusing and hard to navigate. Additionally, the Lodge at Torrey Pines provided a number of seasonal events which needed to be manually updated because there was no content management system in place.
Role: Web Designer and Front End Developer. Phase 1: Responsible for assisting the Digital Marketing manager with information architecture, wireframes, web accessibility, prototyping, and developing the site. Phase 2: Provide design revisions as direVisit Site (opens new window)
A PowerPoint presentation startup located in San Diego. They design compelling presentations that'll give their competitors a run for their money.
Overview: Their presentations aren't boring, so their website shouldn't be either. Make website engaging and memorable.
Goals: Design brand identity and responsive website. Integrate Agile CRM into website to genearate leads. Design animations.Visit Site(opens new window)
The Bahia Resort Hotel is a San Diego landmark with beach-front cottages, studios with panoramic views and spacious bayside suites. Making this destination the premier beachfront destination among San Diego hotels.
Overview: Current site is not responsive for mobile and tablet. Current content management system is outdated. Stakeholders and users found site confusing and hard to navigate.
Goals: Design modern and clean templates for the home page, landing page, and detail page.Visit Site(opens new window)
A landing page created to promote the Bahia Resort Hotel during the off-peak season.
A promotional landing page for the Bahia Belle Weddings package.
A landing page to promote the partnership of eCaptial and Pex, while generating new business.
An animation for a Personal Financial Mangament project. It would appear after successfully aggregating an external account.
Loading screens can often be boring. Here's a loading icon concept to take some of the pain of waiting away.
Security is a common theme in banking. Here is a loading concept that I created to provide customers with a sense of security.