About Faith Warren
Faith began her career in User Experience Architecture at Vignette – a CMS application catering to clients like Travel Channel, NASA, and Martha Stewart. OpenText eventually bought it out. She then moved to a consulting agency called Perficient, Inc. where she architected information for clients including Advance Auto Parts, Dell, and Fossil.
Now at Click Here, Faith continues to polish her craft of perfecting the user experience, and making all things online intuitively easy to use. She’s the wizard that allows brands’ wishes to get granted by making sure the user knows what to do, how to do it, and when to do it. Her favorite part of the job is finding the challenges each project presents and figuring out which hat she needs to wear to make them magically disappear.
Faith lists her three biggest weaknesses as really fast cars, really fast bikes, and small electronic gadgets. It makes perfect sense then that she owns a Harley Davidson V-Rod and is a member of the best kind of biker gang – Biker’s Against Child Abuse (BACA).
Posts by Warren:
Finding out what the mission or purpose of the website is: why will people come to your site? Determining the immediate and long-range goals of the site: are they different? Pinpointing the intended audiences and conducting a requirements analysis for each group. Collecting site content and developing a content inventory. Determining the website’s organizational […]
I still remember the first time I was called “User Experience Designer”. It was many years ago, engaged as a consultant on a gig for Vignette. We had decided to set up a test lab to test the usability of an application that we were building for some client. That test group fundamentally changed how […]
The adoption of Agile software development approaches are on the rise across the UX industry, which means UX professionals are more likely than ever to support Agile projects. Many UX professionals have found effective solutions. I first encountered Agile Development in 2005, when a team I supported was chosen to help pilot Scrum development methodology […]
I was reading an article by D Bnonn Tennant and realized that, yes, I SCREAM for attention. I’ve found that most websites don’t write compelling copy and that businesses rarely pony up good money for content, and I find that VERY SAD. “Good copy is like a .44 Magnum that blows your head off” but […]
Ok, so everyone KNOWS iPhone is struggling to catch up to Samsung in the area of screen size. Some reviewers are hearkening the new iPhone6 to an earlier Galaxy phone with a six inch screen, but really lets not focus on the specifics of who went big first, but what this means to our mobile […]
Market6 co-founder Wayne Levy Photo Credit: Kendall Karmanian This article about Wayne Levy the CFO of Market6 (where I currently am employed) was recently posted on (Crain’s) ChicagoBusiness.com Article By: Julie Davis August 02, 2014 Sometimes a good idea takes years to come to fruition. Sometimes it takes decades. Wayne Levy, 63, hit on his […]
I was reading this article from wired Why a New Golden Age for UI Design Is Around the Corner by By Cliff Kuang written on 08.13.13 describing some of the great new User Experience leaps and bounds Disney is doing in their theme parks and with the whole process of planning your “Disney Experience”. Disney […]
Maintaining a consistent user experience and brand across multiple online touch points is a major undertaking for any business. Doing so within a complex organization, while accounting for outside regulations and balancing communications objectives becomes increasingly difficult, but essential to delivering a consistently excellent experience to all those who touch or see your Brand online. […]