My name is Perry Sandlewick and I specialize in UI/UX, branding, and graphic design.
I have more than 15 years of professional design experience in UI/UX, eMarketing and Print. Early in my career I worked as the Art Director for WDTN Channel 2 in Dayton, Ohio. After that, I dove-in to user interface and user experience design. Over the years I've been fortunate to have designed for top level fortune 500 companies like: Harley-Davidson, Kraft, NCR, LexisNexis, Iams, Minolta, Procter & Gamble and Reynolds & Reynolds. I have a sharp eye for design, integrated branding and a deep understanding of web based technologies.
I'm open to exploring full-time opportunities or potential freelance work.
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- Discipline:Branding, UI/UX Web Design
- Google Plus Portfolio
- Skills: Adaptive Web Design, Agile / Scrum, Branding / Guidelines, Color Theory, Competitive Analysis, CMS Design, CSS3, Focus Groups, Goal & Task Analysis, Graphic Design, HTML 5, Mobile Strategies, Pixel Level Mockups, Prototyping, Research, Interviews, Responsive Design, Storyboarding, Typography, Usability Testing, User Experience Design, User Interface Design, User Personas, Wire Framing.
- Website Design, UX/UI
- Email Design/Campaigns
- App Development
- Graphic Design
- Print Design
UI/UX Design Process
01. Research & Analysis
User experience matters. My UX strategies are built to meet your customer’s needs and support your business goals.
I work across digital and traditional platforms to engage your customers and promote loyalty to your brand.
Conceptual designs help drive discussions to improve upon original ideas.
Observing customer/product interactions can be simple or complex tests setup to spot confusion or difficulty.
Product launches don’t mean the UX work is over. In fact, UX is an ongoing process that continues for as long as a product is in use.
Some of the larger clients that I've designed for are Cincinnati Bell, Harley-Davidson, Kraft Foods, LexisNexis, NCR, United Healthcare, Anthem Blue Cross, Winsupply, Reynolds and Reynolds and Washington Mutual.