I wrote this training guide on Adobe InDesign to help new employees at a fictitious company use the software. In this document, I focused on creating clear, meaningful steps that the user can follow to teach them the basic tools that they would be using in their daily work. This document also includes screenshots to further help the user follow along and learn. This training guide aligns with the Microsoft Style Guide.
I worked in a team on this project to provide Kingdom Strollers an evaluation of their site from a usability and user experience perspective. Kingdom Strollers allows users to rent strollers for Disney World. My team wrote a test protocol and then we each conducted a moderated usability test on a potential user. We evaluated the results from all of the tests and created findings and recommendations based on the evaluations. These results give light to opportunities Kingdom Strollers can take to improve their user experience.
I wrote this proposal as a class project to persuade a sponsor to fund the NBC 5/KXAS (WBAP) Television News Collection Digitization project for UNT Libraries. The proposal follows a request for proposal (RFP) from my teacher. This persuasive piece tells the sponsor how their funding would not only help UNT Libraries but also students, historians, journalists, and the community as a whole.
I wrote this white paper to showcase how augmented reality can help museums. This persuasive white paper describes the benefits to augmented reality and provides examples of some museum exhibits that have successfully implemented this innovative technology.
I worked in a team on this project to provide the Dallas Public Library with an evaluation of their site from a usability and user experience perspective. My team created a protocol which we sent to UserTesting.com. We conducted a heuristic evaluation of the website ourselves. We tested both the desktop version and the mobile version. We then evaluated the results from all of the tests and created findings and recommendations based on the evaluations.