Client management, agile product leadership, project estimates, and user story workshops for a large and varied client list, including:
- Vivibot - Chatbot for assisting young adult cancer survivors.
PM for design, development, and migration.
- Ceribell - Realtime streaming of EEG data to remote physicians via a web portal.
PM, tracking dev tasks, releases, retros.
- Fitbit Pay Dev Team - Health app & device with Payments feature.
Onsite PM & QA for Ionic & Versa devices.
- Premise Data - Crowdsourcing data platform; for example, partnership with U.S. AID to track viruses spread by mosquitoes.
As PM, I led the design, development, and release of the current iOS app.
I advocated bringing developers, business, and QA teams early into the iterative design cycle to dramatically improve product results and efficiency - blog post here.
Recommendations: "As a project manager, Logan is a force. She is in her element managing a whirlwind of simultaneous projects, clients, and features while keeping it all organized and calm."
Lead PM responsible for technical projects that impacted multiple departments and systems, with moderate to high risk and complexity.
Developed and maintained project infrastructure tools, processes and resources in coordination with the PMO, Analyst, Education, IT, and Support teams.
Initially hired to manage the purchase, deployment, and training on tablets for clinicians to use during visits with patients in their home. Engaged with EHR and EPIC systems, HCHB software and Epic Haiku assistance. Travel throughout CA state as needed to be onsite at branch locations.
Recommendations: "I was impressed by Logan's ability to balance structured PM processes against the operating units' requirements for rapid implementations."
Assisted with the museum's move from Palace of Fine Arts to the present location at Pier 15.
Direct administrative support to IT Dept, revisions to museum intranet, maintenance of organizational systems.
Recommendations: "Logan is a talented, proactive, and productive project manager who brings a ton of positive energy and a can do attitude to any engagement."
Production management of popular Japanese TV titles for U.S. market distribution.
Directed editorial, graphics, audio and video elements into a timely, effective product, while satisfying the marketing, budgeting and international licensing requirements.
Directed conceptual design of science concepts with artists and creators to meet deadlines, publication, and promotion of deck, culminating with a launch party event at
CA Academy of Sciences NightLife and successful international independent sales distribution.
Administered production of the website, and responsible for ongoing updates and QC of the website content, and primary liaison between printers, promoters, and artists.
Maker Faire Editor's Choice Blue Ribbon Winner 2010.
"[Science Tarot] highlights the power of scientific metaphor and the potential for lay people to incorporate scientific thinking into their own life narratives. By framing one's life story with scientific concepts, a person might come to see science less as an impersonal subject and more as something that is deeply intertwined with everyday life."
Review of project and event in NewScientist online.
Recommendations: "Logan's creativity, intelligence, integrity, people skills and wide range of interests make her an excellent candidate for any position calling for creative innovation and/or technical organization ... Not only is Logan extremely detail oriented and thorough, but she also knows how to efficiently manage multiple tasks/people while maintaining an upbeat and fun creative environment."
Interactivity design and visual communications of technical subjects primarily for print and 3D rendering with this international firm.
- Prepared CAD documents for the new CA Academy of Sciences, East and West Gardens
- Developed a native/sustainable plant list, by planting community, for CSU East Bay campus Master Plan
- Color renderings of new developments for Olmsted's Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, CA
- Implemented user interface improvements with botanical knowledge for internal SWA Plant Database
Recommendations: "Logan is an inquisitive designer; one who solves creative, abstract and everyday 'problems' conscientiously and uniquely. She is generous with lending a hand or ear, mature in setting expectations and reaching deadlines and all while pushing her own limits in pursuit of fantastical explorations."
Project support of design and visual communications for:
- Presentation boards for committee and community review of the Lake Merritt Park Master Plan, Oakland CA
- Schematic design documents for Oakland Landmarks Committee, of the Morcom Rose Garden, Oakland CA
Recommendations: "While only a junior landscape designer in our office, at the time, she showed great creative promise and conducted herself in a very professional manner. I would recommend her services based upon the quality of her work and the enthusiasm she brings to the project."
Invented a vocabulary which Producers and Programmers used to communicate effectively about the programming abilities and restrictions for game design.
Identified the need for and established a simple Archival Library database to capture game design for innovations and to secure intellectual property.
Recommendations: "Her innate ability to grok technology brought her to the forefront of designing and implementing new game patterns used throughout all of our leading products. All the while, Logan was able to heartily maintain a great sense of humor and approached tough problems with both grace and professionalism."
Responsible for audio from conception to product completion, creating an educational and entertaining game environment.
Nature field recording, voice over, music and sound effects.
Notable titles include 'Prairie Explorer: Biomes of North America' (Eddie Award Winner) and 'Redwoods Explorer: Biomes of North America'.
Recommendations: "Logan was resourceful, exacting, and inventive--working within limitations of budget, compression, and delivery. If it can be imagined, Logan can make it happen."
Established administrative processes for a very early web development firm whose clients included Disney, E*Trade, HP, and Netscape.
To envision designs for the rehabilitation and re-purposing of Fort Barry's historic
army gymnasium, through a collaborative creative process and culminating in a public symposium.
GIS garden mapping project of SFBG
B.A. in Music, with a background in Physics
With creation in 1996 of audio assets for two CD-Rom titles for educational distribution
Attended Design Certificate Program in Landscape Architecture
Logan Austeja Daniel — firstname.lastname@example.org — (510) 684-4751