Paige M. Shaw



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The following entries are a reverse chronology of the web-related work I have done to date. Please contact me at with any questions you may have about what you see here.


Analog Devices, Inc.
Site Design and Usability Project
A long time client of Molecular, ADI requested a design and usability overhaul for their 7000+ page web site on behalf of its registered members, customers and site visitors. My role as IA Lead for this project included work on and direction of the following tasks:
    • requirements gathering
    • competitor site surveys
    • usability assessment
    • field research and persona creation
    • wireframed prototypes and presentations of same to client stakeholders
    • paper prototype testing
    • usability test summaries
    • high level and complex information architecture and site navigation
    • content hierarchy
    • style guide creation
    • working with production and graphic design leads on page layouts and templates
    • work breakdown structure and schedule preparation

       ADI site redesign home page
     ADI site redesign home page

     ADI site redesign DSP Blackfin home page

    Analog Devices, Inc.
    ADI is an industry leader in the development, manufacture and marketing of high-performance integrated circuits (ICs) used in signal-processing applications. My role as dedicated IA Team Lead for all of the IAs assigned to projects for this client included the following responsibilities:

    • resource allocation
    • project estimation
    • work breakdown structures and schedule review
    • meeting facilitation internally and with client
    • reviewing team status
    • liason with other senior staff leads and client account executive

    Analog Devices, Inc.

    Each of the Molecular Information Architecture team members is an advocate for user needs and issues. The Molecular IA defines the user experience for each client project and ensures that usability and human factors guidelines are followed when translating client requirements into a user experience. As such, the IA is the bridge between the client, the site users and the disciplines within the developer organization. Tasks include but are not limited to
    • requirements gathering and definition
      for business requirements document
    • IA strategy
    • heuristic evaluation
    • competitor analysis
    • user experience assessment and summary
    • user and stakeholder interviews
    • card sorting
    • labeling, language and information mapping
    • site maps
    • wireframed prototypes
    • full and "discount" usability definition, testing and summaries
    • development of use case report and a use case model survey
    • documenting functional specifications
    • style guides
    Molecular., Inc.

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