Hi, I'm Shima. Nice to meet you :)
I am a creative UI Designer with four years facilitating and supporting human interactions with complex systems and software. Maintains user-centric designs while adhering to prescribed interface principals and related development and design goals. Dedicated to creating inviting and unintimidating interfaces for everything from simple open-source applications to complex proprietary systems.
Creative, critical thinker, well-developed knowledge in digital tools and data-driven decisions.
Designer, Front-end Developer
I value simple content structure, clean design patterns, and thoughtful interactions.
What I am Best Doing:
UX, UI, Web & Mobile Apps
Pen & Paper
I pride myself on being a flexible Front-End Web Developer with a great deal of experience in a number of different coding areas.
Languages I speak:
JS, HTML, CSS, Angular
I provide a variety of innovative and comprehensive solutions based on data I collect. I deliver quality services in the most efficient way with data driven approach.
Languages Help Me to Analyse:
Real Designs, Real Results
When it comes to working, I know how important it is to be innovative. I am constantly studying industry trends to remain at the forefront of the creative world.
Here are different areas of my expertise.
Design & Development
I provide an extensive choice of design services to help my clients’ visions turn into realities. Check out how I can transform the most abstract concept into something exceptional.
User stories help increase the drive of the development team by making it easier for them to complete the product, retaining the consistency and structure of the tiny, doable tasks. Plus, it will also offer the developers a sense of intent in their work since a user story would give a justification why a function is desirable.
Use cases are important because they explain how system should act. They have a list of targets and this list can be used to assess the system's cost and complexity.
Flowcharts allow project teams to define the various elements of a process and consider the complex relationships between the different phases by offering a graphical representation.
A prototype's most significant benefit is that it simulates the current product and the potential final product. Before allocating any resources necessary for implementation. Before it comes into production, you can verify the validity of the design and you can uncover potential problems.
A user story would give a justification why a function is desirable.
Use cases are important because they explain how system should act.
Flowcharts allow project teams to define the various elements of a process.
A prototype's most significant benefit is that it simulates the current product and the potential final product.
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“Data Beats Emotions.”
I make data-driven design decisions.
In line with the UX and your business needs, you want to build a strategy for collecting data.
Data has the final say in this strategy.