Indeed

Since November 2018 I have been working at Indeed as a Sr UX Designer. Since joining Indeed on the Job Seeker GM I have been involved in a number of initiatives and teams including Native Apps, Apply Flow, Messaging, Notifications, Home Page, Search, and Growth.

Nov 2018–Present

Job Seeker Org

  • Led initiative to define the Messaging Vision for 2020 and beyond.
  • Achieved alignment across key stakeholders and bridged the gap between the “Job Seeker Side” and “Employer Side” roadmaps for 2019 and 2020 into a defined product roadmap.
  • Created a comprehensive vision for Notification Settings project driving alignment across 6 product teams within Indeed. Negotiated with stakeholders to raise the bar and drive consistency and alignment in the designs.
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Indeed

Indeed notification settings project


Grand Rounds

From November 2014 to October 2018 I was a Lead Designer at Grand Rounds. I was responsible for their end-to-end patient experience across desktop, mobile web, and native.

January 2018

Patient Routing

In late 2016 I was involved in creating a sales presentation which would be used to showcase the future of Grand Rounds’ offerings to patients. Over the following months the concept was shown to prospective customers and subsequently purchased. In late 2017 the first version of the vision was released to select customers with full rollout in early 2018.

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Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds patient interface 2018


2018

Design System

The Grand Rounds Design System is an evolving library that grows to suit the ever changing needs of the product. I have been responsible for creating, maintaining, and documenting the design system. I use Sketch’s Symbol Library to keep designs consistent as other designers work within the system.

Grand Rounds Design System

Grand Rounds Design System

Grand Rounds Sketch Library

Grand Rounds Sketch Symbol Library


eBay Mobile

From September 2010 to October 2014 I was the lead designer for the eBay iPhone application. Included below are some examples of work flows and screenshots from the application.

Workflows

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In-Store Pickup
September 2014

Integrated in-store pickup option into the eBay iPhone app. This allowed users to filter on eligible inventory & select the store they would like to pick up their order from.

InVision Demo PDF
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Selling Flow
September 2014

In this release we updated the visual style of the selling flow to improve legibility and bring the design closer in alignment with the Android implementation.

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Item View Redesign Overview
September 2014

A large scale cross platform project was launched to create a new Item View that would work across all mobile platforms. These are the iPhone visual designs based on wireframes provided by the feature designer.

Overview PDF Buying Flow PDF States PDF
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iOS6 v3.0 Visual Design
December 2012

Prior to the release of iOS7 the eBay app went through a massive visual refresh using extensive custom elements.

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iOS7 v3.2 Visual Design
September 2013

With the launch of iOS7 looming, we quickly adopted the iOS7 design and flattened out the UI.

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App Home Screen Evolution
2008—2014

Since joining eBay's iPhone team the Home Screen has undergone an evolution from being a utility based home screen to being a shopping inspiration based home screen.

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eBay iPhone App screens

A collection of screens from the app as of 2014.

  1. Homepage: Signed Out
  2. Sign In
  3. Homepage: Signed In
  4. The Feed
  5. Search Results
  6. View Item
  7. Shopping Cart
  8. Selling Flow: List an Item

eBay app screenshots from 2014