Hey, I'm Georgia
I’m a human-centered designer, strategist, and web developer. I am formally trained in design and have built a breadth of experience over the past 10 years covering web development, user experience (UX), project management, nonprofit management, digital fabrication, and education.
I love the challenge of understanding user needs and translating them into specific action items or features of a digital product. I have a great deal of experience doing user interviews, information architecture, strategy briefs and reports, creating reports with analytics, and mapping workflows or processes.
I am comfortable leading projects or working as a contributing team member. In any role, I try to proactively look for the most valuable contributions I or my team can make or create to make our processes more efficient. I am happy to take on team communication and project management, and basically filling in any gaps I see to help my team be as effective as possible.
Currently I work at UHS, one of the largest healthcare companies in the US. I am on the digital team as a Senior UX Designer and Developer. My day-to-day work involves web development and maintenance of over 250 websites of all sizes.
At a company as large as UHS, finding out how our pages were performing after launch wasn’t part of our process. I took it upon myself to find out how they were doing, and create reports so our team could learn from work we’ve already done to improve on future designs.
Featured Skills: Analytics, Secondary Research, Designing Reports and Dashboards, Strategic Thinking
A group of hospitals in Southern California had formed a consortium for a new medical residency education program. This residency program needed a website to attract applicants and set it apart from competitors for the upcoming application and matching process.
Featured Skills: User Interviews, Content Strategy, Competitive Analysis, Information Architecture, Web Development
Synergía is a nonprofit focusing on LGBTQ advocacy and activism around the world. In 2018 the organization was transitioning away from a sponsoring organization and needed a new website to communicate it’s mission, global scale, and serve as a resource center for its multilingual audience.