Provincial Park Online Registration Application (CAMIS)
To faciliate park registration (checking in), an online application was created to allow campers to select an available campsite, to register their stay and pay online.
Shopping Cart Improvements (CAMIS)
Improvements included: highlighting the desired action by changing the Pay link to a button; combining location and site type into one field; and, also combining arrival, departure and nights into one field. This minimizes the cognitive workload by decreasing the number of fields from 8 to 5.
Ontario Cabinet Office Wireframes
Digital Inclusion: Improving access to online health information for people with complex chronic conditions.
This was a Mitacs Accelerate project in collaboration between OCAD University, Bridgepoint Collaboratory for Research and Innovation, and Gravity Ltd. The purpose of this research project was to utilize innovative, interactive and user-centred approaches and inclusive design strategies to better meet the online needs of a complex patient population.
User Experience Map
This is a UX map that was created for this project, which was based on a persona we created from the user sessions that were conducted .
This is one of the wireframes that was created after the initial usability testing of the original website.
Usability Testing Infographics
These are the infographics that were created to illustrate the results from the usability tests in this project.
Handout for Participants
We provided the participants with a quick tips card as a take away from the usability test.
Web Accessibility Recommendation for Online Forms
This is a sample from an accessibility audit that I have conducted; A recommendation about making online forms easier to use and accessible. This example regards error recovery.
User Gap Quad Drawings (MDes)
This is a drawing illustrating a feature to find a more descriptive (useful) alt tag for an image (if it is available elsewhere on the web).
This is a drawing addressing the need for one site that a designer/developer may use to address web accessibility and AODA.