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My time at nab -

SUMMARY

Thanks for taking the time to look through my portfolio! Regrettably, I'm unable to share specific details about recent projects until the digital experiences launch publicly due to NDA. As a business analyst, I worked closely with senior UX designers, product owners, solution architects, and developers to create digital experiences for both NAB bankers and customers.

KEY LEARNINGS
  • Navigating trade-offs. There are often times where we'll need to deal with conflicting interests between design principles, technical constraints, MVPs and business goals. I found that collaboration, empathy and being open to making trade-offs are crucial for alignment with the people we work with.
  • Collaborate with technical teams early. Working with legacy systems, I developed an appreciation for collaborating with solution architects and developers early to not only understand technical constraints, but also co-create solutions. This reduces the chances of design rework and major modifications later on in the development stage.
  • Minimum viable products. In the context of software development, I learnt alot about minimum viable products and prioritising features based on their business value and impact, especially with time constraints.
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