Hey there! My name is Jess and I'm a UX Designer who loves to play in all facets of design. By day, I craft meaningful experiences for digital products. By night, I enjoy experimenting with typography, exploring mixed media painting & flirting with front-end development. If you're interested in working together, shoot me a message here.
Concepted and created branding, print ads and collateral, as well as website design and social media graphics.
Worked collaboratively with the creative team, account managers, designers and art directors to execute designs for a range of brands and clients.
Design way-finding materials and graphics to improve the accessibility of library resources, including vinyl wall and directory graphics.
Communicate daily with printers to coordinate signage production, layout, and installation of final materials.
Collaborate with various departments within the library to design web assets and print materials for events such as their Open House and The Human Library.
Assisted the UX Design team with various e-commerce design projects while participating in weekly staff and task-specific meetings.
Researched, explored, and designed a possible new UI design for QVC's iOS app, taking into account ADA compliance and relevant user testing results.
Created on-brand graphics, as well as UI layout options, for the PayPal feature scheduled to launch as a new payment method for Fall 2018.
Teamed up with fellow QVC Interns as part of the Summer Internship Program to brainstorm, design, and pitch a new retail concept for the company's executives.
Lead and organized mentorship program for AIGA student members within Kutztown University's Communication Design major.
Paired and assigned upperclass design mentors to freshman and sophomore students based on design strengths and interests.
Planned events and meetings for members that encouraged networking, collaboration, and support among students in Kutztown's AIGA chapter.
Kutztown University Communication Design's annual 24-hour event where students and faculty donate their time and resources to design for local non-profit organizations.
Partnered with a fellow design student to design and code a custom Wordpress site for Replace the Hate, a non-profit group led by design educators that seeks to embrace diversity and combat hate in the community through art.