Baylor GUI and UX Samples

Baylor Health Care System – Dallas, TX 04/2009 — 04/2010

Web Master/e-Commerce Project Manager

· Proposed, planned, and implemented the company’s first SharePoint based digital asset library

· Developed the information architecture, wireframes and workflows as well as the user interface while conforming to best practices and standards.

· Identified and offered recommendations on leveraging SharePoint’s capabilities and how to utilize in conjunction various Microsoft office products such as word, picture manager and excel, increasing productivity and ease of use for several marketing departments to use on customer facing websites.

· Consolidated resources and information into a centralized well organized and accessible library

· Initiated communications with several departments to incorporate the library improving communication flow

adding a valuable repository of information and reducing document replication.

· Identified a need for implementing the first Secure FTP.

· Collaborated with the IT and BIS teams to implement and maintain solutions greatly improving internal and vendor relationships and productivity.

· Created complex information architecture, navigational paths, wireframes, and designs for the consumer facing website as well as several internal initiatives by simplifying complex structures into clear reports and presentations.

· Conceptualized ideas and data into storyboards into highly acclaimed multimedia presentations for executives and partners increasing confidence on the department’s ability to produce creative projects in-house vs. vendors.

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