Here at Creo, we’re always looking to add great talent to our team. This goes for our web developers, marketers, designers and more. Recently though, we’ve taken a step that we hope will help us give clients an even better web design experience – we’ve hired a UX Designer!
Can we meet her?
Of course you can!
Her name is Tara and she comes from Sligo, Ireland.
After recently graduating from Letterkenny IT with a BA (Hons) in Graphic and Digital Design, she’s taken the brave and inspiring decision to leave her home country to join us here at Creo.
And we are delighted to have her on board!
She’s the first UX Designer we’ve had on our team, and we believe her addition will allow us to deliver a much more efficient service for our clients.
But what does a UX Designer actually do?
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tara to discuss her role at Creo.
“So, umm… what exactly does a UX Designer do?” I asked her.
She responded by telling me that she designs layouts, designs and features that display the client’s services in a way that is appealing to their target audience.
For each project, Tara will meet with the client to discuss website content, analyse the current site, research their competitors and produce a wireframe of the new website design in Adobe XD.
A key part of the role is to design how the website works in terms of navigation, functionality and usability.
This makes everyone else’s job on the team much easier and makes Creo’s overall process more efficient.
Being able to improve our web design process is crucial for us to be able to offer an overall better and faster service to our clients.
Building a new website is complicated. Being able to simplify it will make the world of difference.
And what about Creo’s new recruit away from the laptop?
Well, you’ll find her hiking with her dog, Apollo.
Is your website working for you? Could it be better?
Contact us today and our web development team will arrange a call to discuss further.
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