Gabrielle Bhagwat-Zwilling has been managing customer-focused technology-based projects and has been creating superior end user documentation for organizations throughout the past 12 years.
My experience has run the gamut from marketing agencies to Fortune 500 companies and I've been responsible for publications both online and in print. I have a solid track record leading high-priority projects and am particularly adept at providing quality content without ever missing a deadline. While I am interested in all facets of technical communications, user experience design and information architecture are my passions.
I have incorporated the mindset that information and technology should be created with people in mind. My approach stems from a solid background in technology, user research and thoughtful considerations.
In 2014, I completed my Masters of Science in Information Architecture & Knowledge Management with a concentration in User Experience Design at Kent State University. Currently, I'm a UX/UI Designer at CACI International.
- Incredible Problem Solver who uses logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions and approaches. Actively seeking out simple and elegant solutions to complex technical problems is her forte.
- Creative whose holistic approach to writing includes thinking about how the end product will be accessed, viewed and maintained as well as committed to creating useful and beautiful content.
- Persistent and Resourceful Detective whose never truly satisfied to simply design or redesign, but rather prefers to extensively research, plan and implement the optimal experience for the users.
- Tech Guru whose drawn to technical knowledge where she enjoys digging in and getting her hands dirty.
- Exceptional Enthusiast who believes in what she is doing and lets nothing stand in her way in order to deliver on her goals.
- Exceptional Writer who has the ability to describe complex and technical subjects clearly and accurately in a way that is appropriate for the target audience.
- Chameleon whose highly adaptable to change in an ever-changing environment.