Howdy! I’m Mike Tullo.

I am a

UX Designer

creating

easy to use

experiences.

With a unique background in Game Design and User Experience, I utilize research, data, user testing, and best practices to create meaningful and great user experiences. Currently, I am working at Yale University as a User Experience Designer.

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Case Study

Yale Single Sign On

User Experience Research
Visual Design
UX/UI

Yale's Single Sign On (SSO) page hasn't been upgraded in 15 years. With an upgrade on the back-end of the system, the front-end user experience needed an overhaul. This page is used by everyone in the Yale community on a daily basis, so it was very important to improve the UX.

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Case Study

Yale DUO Opt-In

User Experience
Visual Design
Rapid Prototype

In an effort to increase the online security at Yale, the IT team introduced two-factor authentication with an online opt-in process for all its 20,000+ community members. The UX team was in charge of creating, designing, and testing the portal that allows users to opt-in for DUO Everywhere.

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Article

How Data Formed Yale’s New Process of Creating UX Personas

Article
Personas
Airtable

In an effort to remove any unconscious bias or exclusivity, the Yale UX team went through and updated our Persona deliverable. We applied modern techniques including interview transcribing, tagging, and data research backed by our new tool called Airtable.

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Case Study

Yale Usability Website Discovery

UX Lead
UX Discovery
Airtable

The Yale Usability & Web Accessibility website needs an update and facelift. I led the UX discovery effort that provided recommendations to improve the content, layout, user flow, and search capabilities of the website.

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Case Study

Timex Family Connect

Product Design
UX/UI
Smartwatch

Timex was diving into the smartwatch industry with their first product being Timex Family Connect. This project included a child smartwatch paired with a phone application. The devices allowed the users to track the watch wearers’ location. send voice and SMS messaging. have two-way calling conversations and more.

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