Led the first U.S. Web Design Standards, a library of open-source UI components and visual styles to create beautiful, consistent experiences across the federal government. It has been used by over 100 federal and states agencies since its launch in 2015.
Below are a selection of projects I have worked on throughout my career.
Led the front end design and development for Pulse, a project of the General Services Administration that measures how U.S. government domains are following best practices for federal websites. Her team worked directly with the clients at the Office of Government-wide Policy to design and develop an interface for cataloging .gov urls for https compliance and Digital Analytics Program participation. Since its launch, SSL implementation for government urls has increased by 118%.
Led design and branding for Trinket, an online application that lets you run and write code in any browser, on any device. She worked with the team to develop new branding and messaging for the company. Read more about the process.
Developed and designed the front end interface for Mozillians.org, a community directory for Mozilla core individuals and groups that participate. Julia worked with a team of product managers, designers, and developers to build a new interface for a directory servicing over 2,500 users.
Developed and designed applications for Ellington CMS and Marketplace, a premiere newsroom content management system and online advertising platforms. She designed and coded various components, as well as created video training materials for a client base with varying degrees of technological proficiency.