"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: