design for humans & more

kylie jack

Seattle WA

curl under

An experiment in constrasts: a mournful, acoustic trip-hop sound for verses, followed by a bombastic triumphant chorus. Looking forward to making huge vocals for it with a harmonizer.

fall over

The epitome of my bouncy synthpop style. I've been trying to get a good bass slide effect with pitch bend, but it turns out automating the portamento setting is the way to go. Plus, there's lots of handclaps in it; I love it.

Giving research and MVP

I used generative and participatory user research methods to help a client understand people's giving habits, and used those insights to design an MVP they could socialize within their organization.

E-commerce usability testing

My client already had new proposed designs, but with millions of shoppers, they were concerned about the impact of changing their e-commerce experience. Using quantitative and qualitative methods, we helped them move forward with the best choice.

Hello. I’m Kylie Jack.

I’m a Product and UX strategist with over 20+ years of experience in software. I am a problem solver and systems thinker. I craft and evolve products and services to make a positive impact on people's daily lives, from work to play. Learn more about what I can bring to your team.

Resume

I have a wide variety of experiences working at consultancies and product companies, startups to medium-size businesses, and in roles from designer to developer.

seattle rain

I made this for a music challenge with the goal of "reflecting the season." Here in Seattle during October is gray and wet, so I wanted it to sound chilly, but not melancholy. Nothing a little trio of upright bass, Hammond organ, and piano can't handle.

pickle normal

idek. A rolling fuzzy bassline with the odd sample thrown in. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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