About Me

Summary

My name is Andrew Skinner. I am currently working User Experience as a full-time telecommuter for Lockheed Martin within Enterprise IT Applications. My primary User Experience interest revolves around user research including qualitative and quantitative research techniques and leverage data science and analytics to support user experience research.

Experience

Enterprise IT: User Experience, Lockheed Martin

10/2017 – PRESENT

Develop & validate personas

Plan & Conduct qualitative & quantitative user research & usability testing

Perform data analysis & data visualization on user research data to drive decision making

Analyze and optimize information architecture to optimize user experience & interaction

Accessibility Evaluations and Design

Exploring Automation & Data Science with Python and Machine Learning/AI

Enterprise IT: Change Leadership & Learning, Lockheed Martin

06/2017 – 10/2017

Develop virtual instructor led & eLearning courses

Work with Subject Matter Experts and Stakeholders to generate learning objectives and curriculum

Develop communications, webpages, e-mails, and videos for target audiences

Instructional Systems Design / Technical Training Coordinator, Collins Engineers, Inc.

04/2013 – 06/2017

Development of instructor led training and technical manuals for National Highway Institute (NHI)

Developed eLearning modules for corporate HR

Updated corporate safety & health manuals

Managed scheduling and logistics of NHI course deliveries

Education

MS Education (Learning Design & Technology)

Purdue University

MAY 2018

Graduate Certification in Instructional Design

UW-Stout

December 2015

BA English (Professional & Technical Writing)

UW-Milwaukee

AUG 2012

Certifications

Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC)

International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP)

Credential 19SOCAS088

November 2019 – 2022

UX Certified (UXC)

Nielsen Norman Group (NN/g)

Credential 1020817

Issued March 2018

Prosci Change Practitioner (Certification Info)

Prosci

Issued February 2018

Skills

Research:

Persona development and validation, user interviews, quantitative and qualitative usability testing. 1:1 moderated sessions, surveys, focus groups, and data analytics. User journey maps and service blueprints.

Design:

Design thinking, Wireframing and prototyping. Interaction design/user flows. Information Architecture and Document Design. Accessibility, WCAG, HTML5/CSS, and Section 508.

Tools:

Adobe Creative Cloud, Balsamiq, Tableau, Brainspace, Motomo, Google Analytics, Visio, Office, Python

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