Week three of working on this site has helped me remember that the behind-the-scenes is often messy, which is not a bad thing, iterative design pretty much encompasses that idea.
After many iterations and fixes, my supervisor and I met this morning and the meeting started off with notes regarding changes that needed to be done and prioritized. There was a huge lack of consistency in the initial data that the client provided us with, so I was tasked with mainstreaming the entire site. Thanks to the strategies I developed while working on this project for the past two weeks, I was able to get things done effectively and in a timely manner.
During this week’s meeting, my supervisor expressed gratitude for my attention to detail (with great emphasis), how I am able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, as well as how I go about follow-ups. She also mentioned that the client was very happy with the progress so far and appreciated seeing scrambled data that they provided us with converted in a visually appealing manner. So I think this is a nice highlight to show how I am able to meet business standards while providing results that the client appreciates.
Spring break is around the corner, so I will be on a short posting hiatus but will be back with reports on the finished product, maybe other projects, and a reflection of my overall experience.
Stay safe and see you next time!