Hello. My name is Lou.
A good UX case study is my idea of a bedtime story.
I’m a big picture thinker. Creating solutions to UX problems gets me out of bed every morning. I understand user motivations, emotions and goals. I work with researchers, designers, developers and stakeholders to bring products to life.
I've worked with many businesses and organizations, and I've learned that user experience is strategy. It’s what gives your customers the delightful experience that achieves their goals, and yours. It's the difference between a deeper click or a bounce, success or failure.
This is where it all begins. I take deep dives with existing systems, users, and stakeholders. I audit, interview, inventory, survey, observe, analyze and document my findings. I develop personas and test usability. And I believe you can learn just as much from a research report as you can from conversing with a user.
This is where I map out a big picture, connecting the dots from where we are to where we’re going. What stays, what goes, what changes, and why. Information architecture docs and ideal journey maps keep things organized for the team, while simplified explanations keep stakeholders in the loop.
UI Design & Prototyping
Then the rubber hits the road. Interfaces are wireframed. Prototypes bring products to life, and personality is added with visual design. Products are tested. And tweaked. And tested.
24 Hours Of Booty, a user-centric website and systems process upgrade. This nonprofit wanted to improve the overall experience of registering, donating, and participating in their annual charitable bike races. My job was to lead a multidisciplinary, user-centric UX team.
- Char-Broil Grills
- Texas Pete Hot Sauce
- Empire Level
- Wake Forest University
- 24 Hours of Booty
- Saber Grills
- Trek Bicycle
- Zeus Tubing