Note: I take client confidentiality seriously and most of my deliverables are internal documents that I can't share on my public website. Below shows before and after states for projects that have gone live with some explanation of the process. If you would like to see samples of my UX deliverables or learn more about my process, I'd be happy to discuss and share what I think is appropriate during an interview.
Government & Civic Work
I am currently an Innovation Specialist with the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue focused on user experience. This blog post is a good demonstration of the work I’m doing for them and you can view all of my work on GitHub.
I’m involved with the local Code for American brigade, Open Maine. Launched projects include a state legislative scorecard used by Maine People's Alliance and Maine AFL-CIO.
I also created a ballot website to help Mainers understand the referendum questions on statewide ballots. It had over 3,000 unique visitors leading up to the November 2018 election. In the last couple of years, the local Code for America brigade has gotten involved and volunteers have helped create and review the content on the site. During the 2018-2019 government shutdown, a colleague and I moved the site from Squarespace to GitHub to make it open source and available for people to fork and create similar sites for other states.
I've been consulting both on my own and for a UX agency for the last 10 years. My projects have ranged from one off usability studies and card sorts to a 2 year stint at Cengage Learning designing an educational product from the formative user research and concepting through detailed design and development support. I have worked with companies in all stages of UX maturity and have learned what does and doesn't work with each type of company.