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Research, interviews, whiteboard sessions, site maps, task flow diagrams, product roadmaps, and wireframes.


Interactive, non-functional prototypes that let you experience your software application before you invest in developing it.


Specializing in Angular, Ember, React, ASP.NET Razor Front-end Development; and .NET, ColdFusion and SQL development.

Recent UX / UI Design and Development Projects

UX / UI Blog Post Articles

Google Ads UX Fail

This Google Ads #UXFAIL Is Costing Customers Thousands of Dollars

We don't want to look like we're picking on Google - but this UX Fail is actually costing businesses hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars each month.
Evidence-based Design

Presenting Evidence-Based Design Recommendations

Much the way a prosecutor presents evidence to help a jury reach a verdict, we as designers must present the evidence to support our designs recommendations. However, even if you have ample evidence, you still need to present the evidence in a clear, easy-to-understand manner otherwise you may not win your case.

Your User’s ‘Mental Model’ May Be Very Different Than Yours

When we use software, we subconsciously paint a mental model in our heads for how we believe the product should work. A misunderstanding of your user's mental model could be catastrophic.

2016 Volvo XC60 Dashboard Design #UXFAIL

The design of the 2016 Volvo XC60 dashboard display clearly did not get the meticulous scrutiny it deserved because, when it comes to usefulness and usability, the dashboard readout design fails miserably.

“Where are my YouTube Videos?” #UXFAIL

If you've ever uploaded a video on YouTube, you may have found it difficult to find that video in your YouTube account later on after you've uploaded it. Google "Where are my YouTube Videos?" and you'll find that this is not a unique 'user issue'.

Why A Poor ‘Visual Hierarchy’ Will Destroy Your Software’s User Experience

"When everything appears important, nothing is important". This quote still repeats in my head everyday — and for good reason.