I'm Stacie — a UX designer & researcher

I solve complex UX problems using collaborative design processes. Rather than simply producing outputs and artifacts, I focus on understanding the problem space by talking directly with users. I work collaboratively with product teams, SMEs, technology, and my design team so we can provide the best possible experience. 

UX Design and Research Work

B2B Product Design: Responsive Desktop Application

0 – 1 Product design. Reimagining a legacy product suite

Problem: A legacy product suite puts this company at risk of losing marketshare to smaller, agile startups that are beginning to dominate the B2B InsureTech marketplace.

Lead Researcher; Lead UX Designer

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Product Design: Company Portal

Updating a legacy product to improve usability and findability of data

Providing licensed users a more unified and intuitive way to find and access the complex data they need to accurately complete their job.

Sr. UX Designer

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Product Design: Actionaly

Improving family engagement for better student outcomes

Designing a new dashboard for school administrators, allowing for easy and intuitive monitoring family and school engagement – a key metric used in determining student success.

Lead UX Designer

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UX Research: Platform development

Contextualizing and centralizing domain-specific content for better decisions

Understanding the information product analysts need in the ‘gather’ phase of product development, and the pain points of the process, so we can provide a way to improve that process.

Senior UX Research

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Experience and Environmental Design

Experience Design Case Study: UiPath Annual RPA Event

The story of Robotic Process Automation, its potential and purpose

Gather partners, customers and developers, drive awareness and brand affinity in an immersive, joyful, and unforgettable experience.

Sr. Art Director

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Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.

― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Airman's Odyssey

Other work

Illustrations, fine art & pop-ups