I follow the iterative design thinking process. My designs are driven by the user's needs and feedback.
Our JHU team used the term "doors" to describe the different navigational entrances that a user could take. So for fun, I used door emojis in the user journey map for internal collaboration and communication.
App Target Users: City and County government employees that make data-informed decisions for economic mobility programs.
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Alicia led the UX and UI design process for the Economic Mobility project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Alicia used surveys to collect user feedback and needs from city government staff.
She used Figma to design low-fidelity wireframes and high-fidelity interactive prototypes for team collaboration and review. I learned a lot from working with Alicia, and enjoyed working with her as well!
Johns Hopkins University
Director at Center for Applied Public Research
Overall, I find the tool to be useful and flexible to encourage cities to continue sharing their data.
City of Houston
I have been involved in this project since the beginning and I am invested in wanting to help roll it out in my city to demonstrate its utility.
Performance Excellence Specialist