As a designer, I focus on the process of understanding the audience and needs of a given project before actually putting pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard as the case may be.
My workflow usually follows this path: research › sketching › wireframing › visual design › development » delivery. For the last year or so, whenever possible and allowed by the client, I have skipped Photoshop as an intermediate step of creating high-fidelity mockups. The needs of designing for multiple devices makes going into Photoshop a less efficient process for me, I can better judge the nuances of layout, typography and interactions through actual working prototypes.
HelpCue is an education app that helps students and teachers improve their outcomes in development bootcamps.
I led design for HelpCue— from wireframing and visual design through writing and maintaining much of the front-end codebase.