Anna Spisak is a User Experience and Product Designer in San Francisco.

 

Quid

Quid is a data visualization software that uses Natural Language Processing (NLP) to map relationships among large groups of articles (~10,000k per network) on a given topic.

I designed a feature set that allows users to build a presentation-style story from meaningful insights they’ve found using Quid and share them directly with key stakeholders. 

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Captricity

Captricity is a SaaS product that extracts and digitizes handwritten data from paper forms. 

With the goal of accommodating more complex enterprise use cases, my team redesigned the product’s end-to-end architecture and fundamental user experience.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital challenged students in MICA’s MASD program to re-think their ICU patient transport system.

My team developed a user-centered, cost-effective design focused on respecting patients’ privacy and humanity. Our concept was selected from a group of competing teams’ submissions for department-wide beta testing and implementation.

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NeighborWorks America

NeighborWorks America is a national, government-subsidized not-for-profit that facilitates sustainable homeownership for individuals who may not otherwise have the opportunity to become homeowners.

My project team developed two mobile app concepts for supporting NeighborWorks participants in navigating the home buying process.

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