I'm a business analyst and information architect and my work involves gathering and organizing business requirements, performing research and analysis, and creating requirements documents. I specialize in developing information structure, high-fidelity interactive prototypes, and requirements visualization.
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As a specialist with over 7 years of experience, I've worked on dozens of projects in a wide variety of industries including finance and real estate, accounting, business management, marketing, HR, sports, mass media, publishing. I’m a...
Apr 26, 2015|User Experience Design|$822|Completed
- Gather, organize, elaborate business and functional requirements;
- Requirements analysis and documentation;
- Expert in interactive prototyping;
- Information structure and User Experience visualization;
Many of my clients find they are constantly dealing with poorly organized and badly presented project requirements. Others find that end user experiences turn out vastly different from what they initially expected and planned for in the early stages of their projects. If you’re unsatisfied with your IT process or feel you are facing excessive project expenditures, I can help.
I also spend a great deal of my time working with start-ups engaged in the interactive prototyping process for their initial presentations of ideas.
Are you an entrepreneur with ideas who is looking to present them to investors in the most optimal manner? If so, developing a prototype can offer a major edge that goes far beyond anything that can be conveyed in a PowerPoint, infographics or other standard presentation methods.
On the other side of the coin, my work also assists investors who are seeking to gain a better understanding of their investments in technology.
I’m a huge fan of the “happy development path.” This concept refers to when stakeholders and developers share a mutual understanding of end product functionality and user experience before development even begins. Such approach allows to save tremendous amount of time and money during implementation. Mainly this is...
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