Working with a global team: For IBM Watson Health & Watson at Work,
As a UX Architect, I researched the materials to create wireframes with unique content, with
IBM templates, components, standards, colors, fonts, and styles.
Although design components provide an assurance of consistency, they also bring with them a sense of deja vu. Thus, I was trying to find unique layout configurations so there would be a difference from desktop to mobile as well as between pages, even though the content might be similar. 
Results: A number of versions of this application were successfully delivered.
For ReactiveCore: As a lead UX UI designer, I designed the UI for AI-MetadataFactory – for intelligent decision making of patient diagnosis. My goal was to make the application usable by a wider user base besides the knowledge engineer, that the task flow would be intuitive, and the number of workspaces or external apps be minimal. I started with the Knowledge Engineer task flow, and before going to wireframes, first created iterations of sketches to fully understand the content and user flow. Subsequently, I created UI screens of key pages for prototyping. 
Results: Though well received, this application was not produced due to budgetary constraints.
For Aetna: As a UX UI designer, I re-designed the web app for Member Communications, and researched how to create a process for creating new taxonomies and improve search functions for all categories. As there were existing developer-created pages for some of the categories, my role was also to clean up the existing pages – make them consistent, branded, and more usable. All of the design modifications were based on best usability principles and intended to simplify and clarify the pages for the user. As the project used Salesforce components. I learned how these could be used with improved usability, consistency, quality and branding.

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