Emily Okey


I'm a Product Designer based in Seattle. I approach things as a problem solver and focus on ensuring that every experience is simple and intuitive. I'm particularly interested in the organization of information and find an odd amount of joy in IA and content management for websites. 

I have created a wide range of experiences including iOS/Android applications, responsive websites, campaign pages and an Intranet.


Email: emily.okey@gmail.com.

Skill set includes: 

  • Product Management
  • User Research (Card Sorting, Heuristic Evaluation, Interviewing, Surveying)
  • A/B Testing
  • Strategy Development
  • Information Architecture
  • Persona Creation
  • Prototyping / Wireframes
  • Usability Testing
  • Google Analytics
  • Handlettering/Calligraphy





Product Manager August 2018 - Present

Product Designer July 2017 - August 2018

Carrot Creative

Senior UX Designer May 2015 - July 2017

UX Designer Sept 2012 - May 2015

- Research included: conducting site audits, drafting user flows, conducting stakeholder & user interviews and creating user personas
- Developed wireframes in Sketch and Invision as well as working HTML/CSS prototypes in order to communicate website functionality to the client, development and design teams
- Analyzed Google Analytics reports for trends and information to help back design decisions.
- Partnered with design and development teams to oversee the user experience of a product from kickoff to launch
- Helped to define the UX team’s role and process within Carrot 
- Responsible for mentoring & recruiting UX interns

Leo Burnett

Design Intern June 2012 - August 2012

- Worked alongside UX & Visual Designers to help craft the experience for an digital interactive guide for teen girls. 
- Collaborated with Art Directors & Copywriters on a team project
- Prepared decks for client presentations
- Designed and produced print collateral for large in-house events

Notetaker - Rochester Institute of Technology

March 2011 - November 2011

If you've read this far, you might be wondering why I included a job from 2011 on my resume. The college I attended included a large number of Deaf or Hard of Hearing students. My experience seeing the necessary accommodations (note taking, captions, interpreters) made more of aware of accessibility and creating experiences that did not exclude anyone. I firmly believe this background has helped to this day when approaching projects that will be seen by a diverse audience.



Rochester Institute of Technology 

BFA in Graphic Design

Minor in Digital Business


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