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shirley justice-kelly brand, ui & ux designer & developer
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"i use my telepathic link to technology to design beautiful purpose driven experiences."



brand

i am a bit emotional.
emotional characteristics of your company topped with the visual design aspects that simply communicates those characteristics. logo and identity design are part of the brand. the brand msut be consistent, authentic and convey the right message.
brand design



ui

navigation, text and animation, oh my!
user interface design is the elements on the screen that make up the entire digital page design. this encompasses the physical aspects of the visual design, presentation and execution of the elements on the page.
ui design



ux & ixd

can you dig it?
user experience (ux) and interaction design (ixd) is all about the abstract feeling the user has when engaging with the ui design. ux and ixd is driven by the human factor, research, stats, content, usability, visual design elements and more.
Case Studies

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American Heart Association Design Pieces:

Heart Walk Logo Design

AHA Poster Design Concept. Goal to encourage more students to take part in CPR certification.




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edocker® Branding Project

The Branding Creative Plan for the eDocker Library project will have many design features: (a) clutter-free visual logo design and branding standards that echoes a clean, modern, professional image; (b) branding standard rules that will be seamlessly crossed over to your needs; ( c ) a presentation focused toward creative and business professionals alike, (d) templates for 4 different sized print ads (letter size, magazine add, full page portrait ad and 1/2 page landscape ads), ( e ) template for web-banner ads, ( f ) template for e-blast marketing ads, (g) a responsive website design layout that will include strong visuals and will be tested and will work equally well across all major platforms; Windows, OSX, IE7, IE8, Firefox, Safari, and Chrome and all major devices; Kindle, iPad, Laptop, Desktop, for Mac and PC based users.



VIVID IMPRESSION OF eDOCKER®
A company that started out as a company that created publications mostly print focused and moving towards ePublishing, eDocker, has become a software developing company that is ahead of its time for ePublishing. Offering a low cost service that is unlike anything on the market today, eDocker is a strong ePublishing tool for creative and business professionals nationally. Filling the growing need for quick and easy ePublishing with no hassles and low cost.



COMPANY PERSONALITY
Professional, reliable, and skilled software development company focused on ePublishing.



LOGO
The logos I have designed, on the next 4 pages, have a similar feel to the last logo design I submitted to you. But these logo’s are simplified versions. Your new logo’s can be incorporated in any layout from 36x36 pixels, and up, to give you the freedom to utilize your new logo whenever and wherever you need to.


You need a logo that communicates how essential your distinctive software is and this needs to be communicated visually within an instant. The logo designs on the next 4 pages accomplishes just that. These designs clearly speaks to your target audience that you are an Eco-friendly, economical, digital publishing library.


I worked hard to ensure your current branding standards that have been established for eDocker® was incorporated into your eDocker® Library logo designs.


We also feel if you plan to have a eDocker Library App logo that this logo should seamlessly incorporate the same branding style and design. Keeping branding is vital for the success of your advertising campaign.



(1) Book icon

(a) Book sitting on a shelf with a tablet leaning against it and the leaf going through the tablet symbolize Digital Publishing Library. It is a better visual representation of what eDocker® Library is and what it does.

(b) The book sitting on a shelf with a tablet leaning against also forms the letter “A” within the negative space, a modern design element



(2) Butterfly icon

(a) This icon symbolizes Eco-friendly in a nontraditional, modern way

(b) The butterfly also says interactive and movement



(3) modern style leaf icon

(a) The leaf design incorporates the style from the last design you liked that I submitted

(b) This also communicates that your product is good for the environment.



(4) eDocker® Reader App icon

(a) This icon symbolizes a portable reading device. We designed it to look like both a mobile phone and a tablet reader. A universal icon for your Reader App.

(b) We utilized your edocker@ logo as the icon for the pixels coming out or going into the device.


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Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Brand concept, UI and UX design for the upcoming 2020 Olympics Candidate City.


Challenge

One evening, in 2012, I had an urge to review the Olympics videos online. Looking at the website design that was created for the 2012 London Olympics I discovered UX issues and UI misshaps. It was very hard to locate videos of current or even past events. I had a difficult time finding navigation. Being the solution goddess I am, I developed a solution to improve the overall experience with the online resources. In addition I wanted to develop brand for the upcoming 2020 Candidate city, Tokyo.


Solution

Using a lean UX, I conducted the following actions and developed corresponding deliverables.


Sprint Span: 1 week


Wireframe of navigation and basic layout


Prototype of navigation system


Prototype of the navigation system


Conducted iterative usability tests

I rounded up a few of my colleges and my son to test out the navigation system. I received feedback and utilized it to fine-tune the design.


Outcome

A pleasent and exciting user interface that is easy for the enduser to utilize to find and watch videos from a archives listing to new content.



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Case Study: Project Name increses brand awareness

My educational background varied from fine arts early on - drawing and painting - to the later pursuit of a degree in formal graphic and interactive design. Upon graduation, like most designers, I immediately entered the work force doing production work. However, even such humble beginnings as creating stamps for cardboard boxes, enlightened me that every job could teach you something. Thereafter, I began to seek out jobs only because of what they offered to my real-world, hands-on education. Even then, I knew I wanted to be able to eventually offer clients a full spectrum of skills and experience.


I developed my print and interactive design skills working my way up progressively from designing for printers and photographers, to a variety of newspaper companies - including the Herald News, and ad agencies, from magazines to back end coding.


The most important skill I took away from all of this employment experience was how to read client needs and how to promote their products to increase their revenue. When I began my final job at Michael Walters Advertising, I realized that I had learned enough to begin my own business, and I never looked back.


With the experience I gained, I have been able to produce entire newspapers and magazines, small to mid-size e-commerce sites, billboards, corporate identities, eBlast campaigns, and huge websites such as eworldpoint.com. I have learned to put my heart and soul into my work whether it is in print or pixels to clearly project my clients' image to potential consumers. I learned to be me for you.


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Case Study: Mountain Men Brewing Company

The Mountain Man Lager beer drinker, illustrated in Figure 1 above, is a man who grew up in the hills of Virginia, Kentucky or any of the surrounding southern United States. He is a man in his mid life stage, 50’s and up. When I think of the Mountain Man Lager beer drinker, I think of a blue collar worker like my father, part of the hard working, physical labor workforce like a coal miner, lumberjack, or an assembly line, factory or construction worker. He would be a man like my father who was born in the hills of Kentucky and whose lungs looked like two vacuum cleaner bags after working in the mines from twelve to twenty one. He is a man who is not afraid of getting his hands dirty and who gets up at the crack of dawn to work all day long in order to bring home the necessities of life to his family. This man would also care very little about his appearance in general; he would think that would be too feminine for him to be concerned with.


The Mountain Man Lager beer drinker drinks for relaxation and to forget his toils and troubles, to wash down the fish he’s caught, cleaned and cooked or the fowl or critter he has shot down with arrow or rifle. He would definitely be a meat and potatoes kind of man. More definitely, he would own several guns displayed in his living room in a gun rack and know how to use each and every one of them. He’s a man who is partial to listening to country or folk music and musical artists like Hank Williams or good old Johnny Cash. He enjoys being stereotyped as a man’s man: as strong in his body as he is strongly opinionated, a man who is very hard to break. Most likely this man would have a Republican based view on the world.


The Mountain Man Light beer drinker, illustrated in Figure 2 above, would have a similar viewpoint of the world with the exception of a healthier lifestyle. This man would be more athletic in his choice of recreational activities and diet. He would be prone to mountain climbing, biking and hiking. The Mountain Man Light beer drinker is a man in his early 20’s to late 30’s, but he would have the same hunting, fishing and gun toting point of view, but overall would want a less calorie beer because he cares more about his healthy appearance. He would enjoy eating healthy and being in overall tip top physical shape. He would enjoy a more diverse music genre selection and have a bit more liberal views of the world. He might even be like the colorful Ted Nugent: “outdoorsman, conservationist, bow hunter, Republican, Christian, gun rights advocate, anti-drug exponent, military supporter...”


The first step would be to define the light beer product and develop the branding guidelines for said new light product. This is tricky since the current brand of the Mountain Man Lager beer strongly contradicts a healthy image and lifestyle. However, a successful product launching can be accomplished with a strong strategic branding design and strategy. I would develop a brand that still projects a manly image but attracts the younger manly beer drinker. I would use a brand new brand name that attracts the younger man but does not offend or turn off their current customer base. I would propose the new light beer’s product name should be Grand Tetons, Rock-Jock 88. Figure 3 visually illustrates my concept of the new light beer line brand. The new product name has sex appeal, is testosterone attractive and does not hurt their current branding image. Grand Tetons has several meanings to men, it is a mountain and is also known for being a nickname for part of the woman’s body. Rock-Jock is slang for an athletic rock climber and would be accepted by the current and new target audience. 88 stands for the calorie count of our new light beer. By adding the 88, we demonstrate that the beer is light without using the word light, which would prevent us from tarnishing the current product line brand. We next have to decide how we will package it. My thinking is that we would sell the new product in 6 and 18 pack bottles to start off with; then move to larger packaging as the brand grows. Hiring a top of the line graphic designer to pull this all together would be essential in this stage of our new product development.


Next, we need to establish the price of the new product. Since the standard price of a 6 pack ranges from $6.00 to $9.00 I think we should offer the new product at a low introductory price keeping with the number 8 theme. The kick off price for the 6 packs would be $8.00, and the 18 packs would sell for $18.00. This should urge the customer to purchase the larger package since it is much cheaper.


Then we have the place to carefully work out. Location of our product will make or break the success of our product launch. Offering it in locations where we currently sell our Mountain Man Lager beer would be an obvious opening move. On top of that, we must include special locations that are close in proximity to the recreational, athletic outdoor sports that our new target audience will frequently patronize. This will help spread the word about our new low calorie beer.


Our final step is to develop a special promotion by sponsoring recreational activity events like mountain climbing, lumberjack and mountain biking events to boost the product launch by communicating what our new line is directly to our main target audience. We could maybe sponsor a concert by Ted Nugent. Offering special discount pricing or a coupon at these events along with including a Mountain Man catalog reward system that our consumers can collect points to win special prizes like tents, bikes, hiking shoes or what have you. This will also spread the word about how our new line is low calorie and meant for the younger athletic mountain man who is also a beer drinker. Including all this information and more on our website and linking our website up to our social media sites like Facebook will be an added communication tool for our new light beer line. Posting monthly discount promotions for our light beer with printable coupons and uploading videos of the events that we sponsor will not only educate the consumer about our new light beer but also engage and entertain the viewers and leave them wanting for more. Making our online presence an experience that appeals to this target audience of younger men’s men and sponsoring the right events will help spread the word about our new light beer line. We could donate part of our profits to helping Appalachian youth or sponsor concerts for their benefit.


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Case Study: Project Name increses brand awareness

My educational background varied from fine arts early on - drawing and painting - to the later pursuit of a degree in formal graphic and interactive design. Upon graduation, like most designers, I immediately entered the work force doing production work. However, even such humble beginnings as creating stamps for cardboard boxes, enlightened me that every job could teach you something. Thereafter, I began to seek out jobs only because of what they offered to my real-world, hands-on education. Even then, I knew I wanted to be able to eventually offer clients a full spectrum of skills and experience.


I developed my print and interactive design skills working my way up progressively from designing for printers and photographers, to a variety of newspaper companies - including the Herald News, and ad agencies, from magazines to back end coding.


The most important skill I took away from all of this employment experience was how to read client needs and how to promote their products to increase their revenue. When I began my final job at Michael Walters Advertising, I realized that I had learned enough to begin my own business, and I never looked back.


With the experience I gained, I have been able to produce entire newspapers and magazines, small to mid-size e-commerce sites, billboards, corporate identities, eBlast campaigns, and huge websites such as eworldpoint.com. I have learned to put my heart and soul into my work whether it is in print or pixels to clearly project my clients' image to potential consumers. I learned to be me for you.


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Bear Construction Company

Responsive website project included re-branding, UI, UX development. Front design and Back end development.


Challenge

Develop a website that communicates the what Bear Construction Company does and visually representative the amazing work they create.


Solution

Using a lean UX, I conducted the following actions and developed corresponding deliverables.


Sprint Span 1: 1 week


Wireframe of navigation and basic layout


Design re-branding materials


Sprint Span 2: 1 week


Prototype 1


Conducted iterative usability tests

learn from feedback and iterate

Sprint Span 3: 1 week


Prototype 2


Conducted iterative usability tests

learn from feedback and iterate

Outcome

Final Design Launched sucessfully



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Case Study: Project Name increses brand awareness

My educational background varied from fine arts early on - drawing and painting - to the later pursuit of a degree in formal graphic and interactive design. Upon graduation, like most designers, I immediately entered the work force doing production work. However, even such humble beginnings as creating stamps for cardboard boxes, enlightened me that every job could teach you something. Thereafter, I began to seek out jobs only because of what they offered to my real-world, hands-on education. Even then, I knew I wanted to be able to eventually offer clients a full spectrum of skills and experience.


I developed my print and interactive design skills working my way up progressively from designing for printers and photographers, to a variety of newspaper companies - including the Herald News, and ad agencies, from magazines to back end coding.


The most important skill I took away from all of this employment experience was how to read client needs and how to promote their products to increase their revenue. When I began my final job at Michael Walters Advertising, I realized that I had learned enough to begin my own business, and I never looked back.


With the experience I gained, I have been able to produce entire newspapers and magazines, small to mid-size e-commerce sites, billboards, corporate identities, eBlast campaigns, and huge websites such as eworldpoint.com. I have learned to put my heart and soul into my work whether it is in print or pixels to clearly project my clients' image to potential consumers. I learned to be me for you.


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Project Deliverables

Visual Design

46 Page Layout




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right brain creative
left brain geekenss

visually compelling design
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Shirley Justice - UX / UI Designer and developer
  • 2017

    + 2009 - 2017 } ui & ux designer & developer a.k.a. unicorn

    Working on various projects for Art On The Loose, artontheloose.com. Deliverables include the design and development of web and interactive applications. Utilizing my javascript, php, jQuery, html5, css3, UX design, UI design theory and practice skills to achieve client goals and outstanding end user experiences. Link up with me and see Vern's flattering recommendation on my LinkedIn profile.









  • 2014

    + 2013 - 2014 } ux / ui design and developer

    bear construction company rebranding project, 1 year user experience research data collected and findings implimented in the re-branding, front and back end design of current website. included in the final site: an responsive wireframe, css3, php, jQuery and html5 coding, bearcc.com, currently the ux design consultant and interactive code develper for bearcc.com Link up with me to see Bill's and Kristin's awesome recommendations on my LinkedIn profile.


    + 2014 } guest website design portfolio review

    at robert morris university for undergrad students guest website design instruction at robert morris university for undergrad students


    + 2014 } master degree in design & media, robert morris university

    recent courses include: user experience design, interaction design, modern leadership theory and practice, design thinking, strategic planing and implementation


    + 2014 } guest UX website critique at CSU

    2 Day Guest at Chicago State University to Review Student website UX design. October 23, 2014 and October 27th 2014. This was an great experience. The student work was innovative and professional. I would love to do this again, inspiring. csu.edu







  • 2013

    +2013 } guest website design portfolio instruction

    at robert morris university for undergrad students at the downtown campus (State and Congress), robertmorris.edu


    + 2013 } graphic/web designer, june – september

    worked on various visual design projects for artontheloose.com, clients including but not excluding give me 5 game app availabe on iTunes, thedevelopmentalgarden.com, bronzeville children’s museum, bronzevillechildrensmuseum.com, and mlk fair housing exhibit center, mlkfairhousing.org


    + 2013-2014 } honorable mention & winner of best background research award, edocker project

    www.edocker.com, “most of us really liked this one. this was a really bold and up-to-date suggestion, but i guess we were just not brave enough to choose it. as a new and small brand we ended up choosing safer one. but we really would like to keep this proposal in our minds and maybe use elements from it for some purpose later.” – petteri paananen, kehityspäällikkö - development manager for edocker, finland.







  • 2012

    + 2012 } bachelor degree in graphic design

    back at robert morris university pursuing my bachelors degree so i can teach graphic & web design, my new goal


    + 2012 } ux / ui design and developer

    my own agency, dezineomni.com, oh the benefits of hard work, sacrifice, talent & dedication!



  • 2011

    + 2011 } ux / ui design and developer

    my own agency, dezineomni.com, oh the benefits of hard work, sacrifice, talent & dedication!


  • 2010

    + 2010 } design portfolio review and instruction

    guest instructor at robert morris university, downtown campus (State and Congress)


    + 2010 } social marketing and digital design instruction

    guest instructor at robert morris university, downtown campus (State and Congress)

  • 2009 - 2010

    + 2009 - 2010 } website design project

    art on the loose, artontheloose.com, interactive web developer, back-end coding project included: php with online shopping cart and checkout, mysql, javascript & html5


    + 2009 } graphic design symposium guest speaker

    robert morris university fall design symposium at the downtown campus (State and Congress), discussion on design career options for modern digital era of design



  • 2006 - 2009

    + 2006 - 2009 } graphic & web designer

    773 creative, 773creative.com


    + 2006 } graphic & web designer

    michael walters advertising, michaelwaltersadvertising.com



  • 2003 - 2006

    + 2003 - 2006 } graphic & web designer

    advertising department at sun-times media, suburbanchicagonews.com



  • 2000

    + 2000 } survived the y2k peril

    watched the 1999 movie "Cruel Intentions" with my friends, ate pizza and drank diet cherry cola. we survived by turning the sound down and saying rude things.



  • 1999 - 2003

    + 1999 - 2003 } graphic designer & photographer

    crisis center of south suburbia, one of the most rewarding and life altering jobs I have ever had. the experience changed my outlook on employeement. implanting in me the strong need to work for more than money. work for good and make positive impacts on society, crisisctr.org



  • 1998 - 1999

    + 1999 } web designer

    for APPS Communications, appscommunications.com


    + 1998 } associate degree in graphic design

    robert morris university, at the chicago downtown campus (State and Congress). john q. adams honor award for academic achievement












my bio


My educational background varied from fine arts early on - drawing and painting - to the later pursuit of a degree in formal graphic and interactive design. Upon graduation, like most designers, I immediately entered the work force doing production work. However, even such humble beginnings as creating stamps for cardboard boxes, enlightened me that every job could teach you something. Thereafter, I began to seek out jobs only because of what they offered to my real-world, hands-on education. Even then, I knew I wanted to be able to eventually offer clients a full spectrum of skills and experience.


I developed my print and interactive design skills working my way up progressively from designing for printers and photographers, to a variety of newspaper companies - including the Herald News, and ad agencies, from magazines to back end coding.


The most important skill I took away from all of this employment experience was how to read client needs and how to promote their products to increase their revenue. When I began my final job at Michael Walters Advertising, I realized that I had learned enough to begin my own business, and I never looked back.


With the experience I gained, I have been able to produce entire newspapers and magazines, small to mid-size e-commerce sites, billboards, corporate identities, eBlast campaigns, and huge websites such as eworldpoint.com. I have learned to put my heart and soul into my work whether it is in print or pixels to clearly project my clients' image to potential consumers. I learned to be me for you.













Janice Kaushal, MFA

Education Management
Formally my Design Dean At Robert Morris
University, Janice has seen my work first hand.
Working with me on various internships in
my graduate and undergrad program.


Vernon Lockhart

Co-Owner Art On The Loose, Inc.
I worked with Vern directly on many
design projects, individually and as part
of a diverse team. My core
responsablitiies included
UX & UI design, visual and back end
development; javascript, php, html5, CSS3.


William Ziemek Jr.

Executive, Client Relations at
Bear Construction Company
I worked directly with Bill, project manager,
on Bear Construction Company's website
redesign branding project. My deliverables
included the UX & UI design and
back end javascript, php, html5,
CSS3 development of bearcc.com.
























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