Stephanie Walker

User Experience Design and Accessibility

Stephanie Walker’s Resume

SKILLS

  • Inclusive Designer
  • Expertise in Accessibility
  • Effective Communicator
  • Trained in User Research Methods
  •  Wireframing and Prototyping
  • WordPress, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Intermediate Fluency in Spanish

EDUCATION

Experience Architecture, B.A, December 2019 (User Experience), GPA: 3.5

College of Arts & Letters, Michigan State University (MSU), East Lansing, Michigan

EXPERIENCE

User Experience Design Intern | Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, May 2019- December 2019
    • Part of a team charged with creating intuitive experiences for the Credit Union’s digital platforms, including the intranet used by over 900 employees
    • Participated in all aspects of the User Experience Design process, including user testing and research, developing information architecture, and creating prototypes
    • Relied upon to conduct research on and provide recommendations for accessible user experiences across all digital platforms
    • Provided content recommendations, including text, icons, and images
Academic Assistive Technology Assistant | College of Arts & Letters, MSU, May 2018- May 2019
    • Focused on researching, designing, and developing accessible technologies, materials, and documentation across the College.
    • Designed and developed a web-based, accessible degree navigation tool for over 200 students in the Citizen Scholars program using HTML, CSS, JavaScript
    • Designed documents, surveys, flyers, and course materials for increased accessibility
    • Managed and maintained WordPress sites for faculty and College-level initiatives
Design Consultant | Language Media Center, Residential College, MSU, September 2017- May 2018
    • Provided tech support for a student body of approximately 460 students
    • Assisted with creating over 100 design projects in Adobe Creative Cloud Software
Front Office Customer Service Associate | Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, Michigan State University, May 2015- October 2016
    • Front Desk Associate, Checked people in and out of the hotel, made reservations, handled guest complaints and requests
    • PBX Operator, Answered all hotel phone calls, including answering questions as well as making reservations for guests, communicated messages across the hotel radio, sorted mail, Front Office Data base management using Excel, and handled faxes and made photocopies
    • Bellman, Drove guests to and from the airport, handled luggage and other delivery tasks around the hotel
    • Parking Attendant, Greeted guests coming to the hotel, and worked as a cashier in a parking booth

PRESENTATIONS

Accessible Learning Conference | East Lansing, Michigan, December 2018

    • Awareness for Accessibility: Establishing a Program on Accessibility
    • Let’s talk about Disability: A Tip Sheet for Addressing Disability

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