"Given my knowledge of each team's work-stream and my design experience, I was able to help out all teams."

I've been fortunate enough to have worked at AT&T's headquarters in downtown Dallas, where I was a lead UX designer on a hybrid mobile app project as well as a "free agent" designer for a redesign of AT&T's business portal and several other web-based projects that required me to research and understand AT&T's legacy systems, billing systems, account systems, online security, networks and services, and more. Given my knowledge of each team's work-stream and my design experience, I was able to help out all teams. Because of weekly all-team UX reviews, I knew what each team was working on, so when one team had hit a roadblock with patterns or how to present a certain feature, I knew exactly where and who to point them to. Some of my deliverables were high- and low-fi wireframes, visual compositions, in-depth prototypes, as-is presentations with heuristic analyses, and benchmarks.

I signed a non-disclosure agreement with AT&T; I'm not allowed to display the numerous amount of work I did for them while under the leadership of Tekzenit, a 360 solutions company based in Las Colinas, Irving, TX.

In addition to working on the massive redesign project intended for a great portion of AT&T, I had the pleasure of being selected to work with the Senior Solutions Architect on some concepts regarding a platform for business customers. I had a lot of fun working with a great and large team of UXers.

Since I can't post any of the work we did, here is a sampling of our mischief after the jump:

View the Caracal project

Creating personas.

UX jam session at Klyde Warren Park.

Tekzenit UX team during Halloween

Why talk to each other in person when you can just use Skype?
Why talk to each other in person when you can just use Skype?

Tekzenit UX team during Christmas

Tekzenit UX team caught in the rain after a birthday celebration.

Fruitfly Graveyard

Tekzenit UX team at a cabin in Georgetown, CO.
Tekzenit UX team at a cabin in Georgetown, CO. Photo by Huong Le.

Tekzenit UX team at Roxborough State Park, CO

Tekzenit UX team as balloons

Images: Tekzenit UX, Yung Tsai