Stephanie Keske is a UX designer and front-end developer in Portland, Oregon.
IA, Wireframing, Interactive Prototyping
Mapping How Movies Get Made
Designing and prototyping a complex multilevel flowchart app
User Research, IA, Wireframing, Prototyping, Usability Testing
Everything In Its Right Place
Redesigning an Asset-Tracking Tool for Stop-Motion Puppet Fabrication
I'm currently at Ride With GPS, building mapping and route creation tools to help people have more fun on bikes.
Prior to that, I worked on tools to help people create AI training datasets for self-driving cars and trucks at Uber ATG/Aurora. I built intuitive and beautiful financial tools to help people grow their futures at Acorns. And, I made sense of institutionalized workflows and designed and developed asset management and scheduling tools to help people make cool movies at LAIKA. I also volunteer my time writing code and doing UX and product development work for the Civic Software Foundation.
I make software, and I make software work better for people. Also I really, really like flowcharts.
When I'm not in front of my laptop, I like to climb up mountains and then ski down them really fast, and bike on gravel roads for a long time. I'm a search-and-rescue volunteer and public educator with Portland Mountain Rescue and I occasionally teach climbing, backcountry skiing, and avalanche safety for the Mazamas. Sometimes I make stuff for fun on Instagram at @topobanana.