Responsive website for Wilmington University — strategy, design, front-end development.
As the in-house lead web designer and front-end developer, my responsibilities for this project included gathering business requirements, conducting stakeholder interviews, wireframing, prototyping, user testing, developing front-end templates, and leading the production team through launch of a responsive redesign.
Additionally, I was part of a team that led the charge to implement a communication strategy that supported business processes, marketing initiatives, and brand awareness—all directing visitors to carefully selected website entry points in the sales funnel. A multi-channel strategy that included primarily business process emails, marketing emails, and social media content, elements which proved to be vital to increasing conversion opportunities and increasing leads.View Case Study Visit Website Study
Design Studio is a UX strategy session designed to extract business objectives, customer patterns, and generate a sense of buy-in and ownership amongst contributors of a project.
Design Studio involves:
- Ideation — the process of generating ideas in rapid succession, without judgement and filtering. The goal is to reach far and wide for solutions. Exercises consist of a group of people in a conference room, lots of sticky notes, Sharpies, and dot stickers.
- Prototyping — After the best ideas are decided by votes, participants then sketch paper prototype solutions, low-fidelity interfaces. This is a truly eye-opening experience where interpretation and lively discussion is sure to follow.
- Open Forum — This is the part of the studio where we discuss outcomes, record solutions and approaches, and conclude with an "all things on the table" discussion.
I design beautiful websites, mobile experiences, and communications using the following technolgy and platforms:
About Ryan Higgins, Designer & Developer
I’ve been making websites for the last twelve years. Building user experiences that are intuitive, relevant, and pleasurable to engage with—well that’s my goal every time a project comes my way. As someone who is visually-impaired, creating a consistent experience for all is extremely important, no matter a person’s expertise, abilities, or disabilities. I’m passionate about figuring out how things work, finding the how and the why behind the way people use things, and doing it the right way no matter what.@RyanLikesDesign Linkedin Profile