Hi, my name is Keith!
I'm a instructional designer, web developer
who codes. , teaches.
I'm Keith Anderson, a front-end web developer and user experience designer with a unique talent for designing products and services that are intuitive, engaging and meaningful. My best work happens when working with fellow developers & designers, product managers, copywriters, user researchers, creative directors.
I have a passion for talking about design and web development with others who share the same desire to create products that make the world a better place. I’m very comfortable discussing ideas whether its with colleagues in the hallway or formal presentations in front of hundreds.
My specialties include…
- design research (heuristic evaluations, comparative research, user interviews, personas, usability testing)
- design language
- interface design (user flows, information architecture, task analysis, wireframes, prototypes)
- visual design (typography, color palettes, screen layouts, visual hierarchy)
- back-end development (PHP, node.js, MySQL, mongodb)
- mobile development (Corona SDK)
Little Dipper is the kickstarter of fabrics. Customers pre-order fabrics and if enough customers commit to buy, they will produce a commercial run.
Scargo Cafe is an independent high-end diner in Cape Cod Massachusetts. The owners of the restaurant wanted customers to be able to make reservations through their website.
Rob and Cate wanted to have guests be able to RSVP through their Wedding Evite. This site is a custom-built evite web application. If you wish to see the site, the username is 'dance' and the password is 'likenobodyiswatching'.
This is a redesign of the English Placement Test for incoming students. The purpose of the redesign was to create a less administrative user experience for students and for students to seemlessly be redirected to the correct examination depending on their background.
This is an elearning lesson on Color Theory that I created for my Introduction to Visual Design at Academy of Art University. Through this lesson, students can review the essentials of color and take a short assessment to see how well they actually do understand these fundementals.