My name is Travis Stiles. I am a User Experience Designer – I create usable solutions for real people.
I value collaboration and communication in all that I do. Working to integrate all values from the business, technology, and user needs, I work to design and build efficient (well used), effective (successfully used), and enjoyable (delightful to use) experiences and interactive solutions.
View my work below, or trace my thoughts through my blog.
Conceptualizing new interface and interaction solutions and design and focusing on new features being added to the mapquest.com application.
Define and establish user experience design best practices, goals and process with an emphasis on agile methods.
Refine and improve the current cd-rom customizer by bringing it to the web and expanding its capabilities and ease of use.
Establish a clean and clear use for parents, teachers, and legislators to track and view school test score progress at varying levels and views.
A quick prototype to demonstrate value of FLEX app upgrade and refinements.
Winning a Favorite Website Award (FWA) Site of the Day recognition, Jimmy John’s Freaky Fast Studio allows fans old and new the opportunity to listen to user created music tracks and to make their own.With an integration with Oddcast’s mobile phone call in to record support the user can actually record their own voice and add it to the track mix.
Establishing a simple flow from finding a local store to getting a local store menu to the full company and franchising information, we helped Corner Bakery upgraded their online presence while keeping a handle on the information.
Keeping the mapquest.com application separate, our team worked to gather all the surrounding marketing and company website and information for a solid architecture and framework for the Company, Wireless, and Platform Service areas.
We worked to build out an expanded experience of the Jimmy John’s Camaro customization promotion contest and a NASCAR sponsorship, while making sure all the pieces were in place, and also creating a recommend-and-vote for the best Jimmy John’s local delivery person.
Wrangling a very large content management system for the Jamba Juice menu items and company information within a full Flash front-end was a great challenge. We worked hard to bring all the elements together into one experience.
“Don’t make something unless it is both necessary and useful.”
– Swedish furniture designer
Email me: t [at] tstiles.com
Call me: 303.263.0561
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