Jake is a multi dimensional Information Architect. His skills and insights far exceed the typical skills of his craft and profession. He is quick to ideas and imaginative in his approach. He was a huge asset when it came time for business development projects.
Beyond that, Jake is truly a golden personality that gives optimism and joy to any team. His "can do" attitude gave his manager, and myself a tremendous amount of confidence. What more can you ask of an employee? If you can think of it, Jake can and will answer.
I've had the pleasure of working with great companies in a variety of industries, creating impactful engaging experiences along the way.
Jake is a talented user experience designer. I was impressed with how effective he was in communicating user needs to the team. He is a great team player, and a pleasure to work with. I would highly recommend him to any organization that wants to make a difference in the usability of their product.
Jake was able to absorb project requirements so well that he contributed as a business analyst with exceptional design skills. Additionally, Jake made work a better place as he is easy to work with and supportive to team members even under stressful and difficult conditions.
Jake is dependable, reliable, a creative thinker, a hard-worker and honest. Jake also provided extremely valuable insight into our UI designs at Travelport. He consistently achieved great results and delivered on all expectations. His true strengths are his ability to understand and effectively communicate complex issues. Jake is truly a unique individual and is interested in pushing the boundaries of design
Jake is a designer that understands that ultimately design is about solving problems and not about making things look pretty. He is a critical thinker that is not afraid to ask the difficult questions, reform his own opinions and approach problems from an angle that others may have missed. I was impressed with his grasp of complex user interface and interaction issues and how quickly he was able to translate his experience into true knowledge.