Lead Product Designer | ElizabethBittman.com
2009 – Present
Lead all phases of a product, including: user research, analysis, journey mapping/scenario creation, requirement gathering, wire-framing, rapid prototyping, ongoing usability testing, stakeholder pitches, developer handoffs, UX review and feedback monitoring.
Collaborate with product managers, engineers, and directors across several departments to define strategy, site architecture, and navigation, map out user flow and experience, and define high level interaction
Lead all phases of a website project, including: user research, analysis, journey mapping/scenario creation, sketching, high fidelity prototyping, stakeholder collaboration, feedback monitoring and ongoing maintenance.
Graphic Design Certificate | CalArts
Student | 2018 – 2019
- Graphic Design History
- Intro to Image Making
Entrepreneurship Certification | Wharton School of Business
Student | 2018 – 2019
- Finding the opportunity
- Growth Strategy
- Financing and Profitability
Interaction Design Certificate | University of California San Diego
Student | 2017 – 2018
- User Research
- Statistical Modeling
- Human Centered Design (Human Factoring)
- Social Computing
Masters of User Experience Design and Architecture | Kent State University
Honor Student | 2014 – 2015
- User research – usability testing, interviews, field studies, surveys
- Information Architecture
- Usability, Content Strategy
- Knowledge Organization Structures Systems and Services
- Golden Key International Honor Society Member
*Graduated Summa Cumma Laude GPA 3.95
Bachelors of Science in Business Administration | University of Nebraska Lincoln
Student | 2005 – 2009
- Conflict Resolution
- Business Law
- Spanish & Psychology minors
1. This year, I went 75 days straight in completing a list of 7 tasks, no matter what happened day to day. Those tasks were: a 45 minute outdoor workout, a 45 min indoor workout, 1 gallon of water, 10 pages of personal development reading, a progress picture, no alcohol, and following a meal plan. If any of the tasks weren’t completed that day, I would have had to start over.
2. In those 75 days, I completed over 700 miles, when my goal was 600 miles. It opened my eyes to dreaming bigger.
3. It’s my personal mission to help find ways to give back to the community. I worked with Habitat for Humanity to help build a home for the less fortunate. It was a humbling experience filled with compassion to make a positive impact.
4. I also worked with Veterans this year to send care packages overseas. This included thank you notes to let them know that their sacrifices don’t go unnoticed here in the homeland.
5. I redid my office this year and built my desk to better suit my needs, because I love working with my hands outside of using the computer.
6. I love sewing new toys and outfits for my 3 year old boxer, Nike.
7. Avocado toast is my breakfast jam.
8. People say my laugh is contagious.
9. My favorite book is, “The Magic of Thinking Big”.
10. The best play I’ve ever seen is Le Reve – the dream at the Wynn.