Improve the user interface and IA of a web app to enhance usability for ESL teachers and flexibility for future features.
UX/UI design, microcopy writing. CASE STUDY →
Build a time and task management web app for teens with cognitive disabilities to smooth their transition to the workplace.
UX/UI design, interaction design CASE STUDY →
Redesign a website for responsiveness, optimize for search engines, and improve onsite and social media engagement.
UX/UI design, content strategy, user research CASE STUDY →
Chris devises clever design solutions ❦ designs from the content out ❦ declines to show a photo of a wall of sticky notes ❦ celebrates happy type marriages ❦ respects white space ❦ believes that less is more ❦ sweats the details ❦ takes the initiative ❦ relishes integrating words and images❦ seeks new knowledge ❦ asks why constantly ❦ listens closely ❦ ponders ideas ❦ covets additions to her collection of wind-up toys ❦ enjoys suspense novels and Chicago-style pizza ❦ thinks deeply and ❦ laughs heartily—often at herself.
My professional career has focused on communication: In a science museum, as a journalist and editor, as a graphic and web designer, and currently, a UX designer. Organizations that I have had the pleasure of working with — as a staff or freelance designer, writer, or both — include: AARP, American Chemical Society, American Society of Interior Designers, Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, Cornell University Press, Crabtree + Company, Discover, Georgetown University Press, Health, Meadows Design Office, National Air and Space Museum, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Speak Agent, Inc., and Washington Post/Newsweek Interactive.
I am currently employed full-time as a UX designer. However, I am open to inquiries for freelance graphic design projects designing logos, posters, and book jackets.
* I also am happy to share a more detailed portfolio of work based on your interests. Contact me at chrisaraymond via gmail.Pining for the previous version of this site? Take a trip down memory lane »