“Design is where science and art break even.” 

— Robin Mathew, Designer

Experience


Battle.Net Launcher

Personal Project, 1 Month

  • Designed an alternative version of the Battle.net launcher using Figma.
  • Planned design process.

Freetail Hackers 

Outreach Organizer, 5 months

  • Collaborated with design team to develop optimal user outcomes for the HackTX 2022 event.
  • Developed interpersonal skills and teamwork competencies.

UT-Oxford Project

Policy Coder, 4 months

  • Developed familiarity of data collection processes and methods of analysis.
  • Enhanced knowledge of large-scale project management.

My Tactics for Successful Design

Understanding

By laying a foundation of understanding, we can tackle how to approach UX/UI in a way that creates an engaging, comfortable, and functional environment for our users.

Researching

Research is key to the implementation of evidence-based and reliable results through which user satisfaction (and retention, if needed) will be successfully maintained.

Collaborating

Experience using CSS, HTML, and Javascript languages enables design teams to work effectively in order to synergize high-quality production outcomes. Collaboration is key in the design process.

Storytelling

As Don Norman observed, implementing successful design does not just involve incorporating user needs, but also involves attending to the stories we want the things in our lives to tell others.

Education

Human Development and Family Sciences, B.S.A.

The University of Texas at Austin, 2021-2025

(In Progress)

Skills

  • applying design principles
  • teamwork and collaboration
  • human psychology and behavior
  • time management
  • organization

Software

  • Figma
  • Adobe XD
  • R-Studio
  • Microsoft Excel

Languages

  • Basic HTML
  • Basic Javascript
  • Basic CSS
  • Basic Python

Certifications

  • Introduction to UX and UI Design (Uxcel)
  • Responsive Web Design (Freecodecamp)
  • Social/Behavioral Research with Human Subjects (CITI)
  • Code Foundations (Codecademy)

charlottehueter@utexas.edu
(903) 277 8333

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