I'm Jules Simplicio, a product and front-end designer living in Chicago, and working on software for mobile research at dscout.
I conduct research, I wireframe on whiteboards, I write software interface copy, I create interactive prototypes, I test features with users, and I write and push code.
I am passionate about community. This year I spoke at an AIGA pannel about personal identity and diversity factors in life and the workplace. I also volunteer as a mentor and guest critic for UX and UI students at Designation.
After our redesign of the Mission Builder, the product team continued focusing on other aspects of the experience of researchers creating projects with dscout. The invites feature came out of...Click to read more
Before launching their research project, researchers now can make sure they have crafted a good mission, and ensure they can get to insightful answers. All of this is now capable...Click to read more
role: UI and UX design team: Taylor Briggsâ€”Lead Front-end Engineer At dscout, we offer three kinds of project plans for researchers: DIY Projects: Users pay as they go a fee...Click to read more
I designed a proposal for an upcoming earnings dashboard, where shop owners can see a summary of their sales activity. Needs and goals Display a summary of important data about...Click to read more
I proposed a new welcome page design for new and recurring shop owners. The dashboard is the first thing new shop owners see when they login for the first time,...Click to read more
While working at Threadless I dedicated some of my time to the iOS Threadless app. I created different visuals including options for the navigation bar, and an unified icon family....Click to read more
Threadless recently released Artist Shops, a platform for artists to sell their designs printed on a variety of different products, including apparel and wall art. The service provides shop owners...Click to read more