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  • 2016

    Martin & Servera

    Digital Designer

    Jimi is an experienced project manager with a rather unique range of kills. He is a certified requirements manager, trained designer with special expertise in conversion optimization, experienced system, integration and acceptance testers and has 20+ years of experience in front end development…

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    Industry: Food

    Job Title(s): Digital Designer

    Assignment:

    Created a new visual design for the start page och the B2B Ecommerce solution based on business need and UX principles.

    Technique/Method: Photoshop, workshops, UX, Neurowebdesign

    Customer Value: Delivered a new start page with a higher user satasfactory that also fulfilled business need.


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