ASSOCIATE USER EXPERIENCE DESIGNER
After years in visual design and marketing, Lindsay realized her true passion - user-centered-design! She is detail-oriented and driven, creative and analytical.
Since joining Slide UX, Lindsay has maintained a focus on interactive and visual design and has participated in discovery, research, and wireframing efforts.
Before joining Slide UX, Lindsay worked as a graphic designer for Spiceworks and as a freelancer prior to that. She completed a degree in Web and Interactive Design at Austin Community College in 2014 and has a degree from Syracuse University in Music.
In her spare time, Lindsay enjoys playing the double bass in a local orchestra, attending UX meetups, perfecting her homemade pizza dough recipe, spending time with friends and family, and travelling as much as possible.
For UX designers just starting out, narrow your focus and develop your pitch to prospective employers. Analyze the UX work you've done so far with this 8 step self-assessment guide. Use our handy Google Doc to get you started.
Improv can sharpen communication skills, creativity, and presentation skills. It also improves teamwork and helps to create a positive work environment. Here are some practical tips we took away from our team's improv training.
We’re proud of the team members that make up Slide UX and want to give you a chance to meet them. Our Meet a Slider series continues with a profile of Lindsay Winters, a user experience designer who specializes in interactive & visual design - not to mention, damn good note taking during usability.
In a session All Things Open 2016 in Raleigh, NC, Erin shared specifics on how to spin up quick and inexpensive mobile usability tests that your entire team can watch in real time. She covered recruiting and schedule, streaming and recording, fielding real-time observations from the team, and turning around an analysis within hours or days instead of weeks. Attendees learned how, with a minimal upfront investment, their teams can fulfill the Agile/Lean vision of continuous, user-centered improvement.
Prior to joining Slide UX, Chad co-founded Smith & Robot, a creative technology agency building digital-first brands for ThoughtWorks and National Instruments. Prior to Smith & Robot, he was VP, Group Creative Director at T3. We were thrilled to announce that he joined the team in 2015. With his expertise, our capabilities expanded into brand development and concepting.
Learn how to use Axure to produce rapid prototypes that seem more like a finished product. You can allow users to input data, carry user data from one screen to another, or do different things depending on conditions you set.
Once you've engaged a UX partner, it's time to organize your own team. A well-chosen group of internal stakeholders will build a productive agency relationship that yields great results. Here's how
Megan is our team's go-to for user research. When she's not in the field talking to users, she's either resolving usability problems through interaction design, or she's talking about how much she loves her cat. Get to know what Megan thinks about the UX field and working at Slide UX.
Diary studies are a useful and often inexpensive research tool for learning how customers actually feel about — and use — your product.
How can I grow my customer base? What’s the trick to retaining new users?
These are two of the questions most commonly asked by our startup clients. There isn't a one-size-fits-all solution but, Kenneth Berger, a former Project Manager at Slack, shared a few road-tested tips at a recent Product Austin event