Brian Fleming Brian Fleming

Who are you?

My name is Brian Fleming. I am a startup product, interaction, and user experience leader. I live and work near with a and a growing collection of homemade (unnecessarily complicated)

Who have you worked with?

I have been privileged to work with established companies like Gillette, Microsoft, Fidelity Investments, Millennium Pharmaceuticals and The Boston Red Sox, as well as up-and-coming startups like Yottaa, Tracelytics (now SolarWinds’ TraceView) and Twine Health (now Fitbit).

What is it exactly that you do again?

As a team member at multiple early stage startups, I am experienced in taking unspecified, or under-specified ideas, and translating them into creative business outcomes and engaging user experience. My user experience strengths focus on translating business requirements into wireframes, designs and functional prototypes.

As organizations mature, I focus on building and managing effective teams with efficient personalized processes that see them produce high quality deliverables on time and to-spec.

I thrive in collaborative cross-disciplinary teams looking to understand user needs to solve complex interface requirements and business strategy challenges.

  • Sublime Text 3
    • coda
    • textmate
    • eclipse
    • visual studio
    • dreamweaver
    • notepad (oh the memories)
  • PostCSS
    • SASS
    • LESS
    • compass
  • D3.js
    • protovis
    • flot
  • Vue.js
    • AngularJS
    • JQuery
    • prototype
    • scriptaculous
  • Photoshop
  • Illustrator
  • Moleskin Notebooks
  • Figma
    • Adobe Xd
    • Sketch
    • Keynote
    • omnigraffle
    • balsamiq
    • hotgloo
    • axure
    • fireworks
Team Communication
  • Slack
    • hipchat
    • yammer
    • irc
  • Hangouts
  • Zoom
    • GoToMeeting
    • Skype
  • Git (github)
    • svn
    • sourcesafe
    • perforce
    • cvs
  • Zenhub
    • Trello
    • Jira
    • Evernote
    • Basecamp
  • Dropbox
  • Google Drive
  • Enpass
    • 1Password
  • Hubspot
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