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Kent Robinson

Senior UI/UX Designer
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Design Systems, Storyboarding, Accessibility Guidelines, Rapid Prototyping, Information Architecture, Developer Handoff, Working with Style Guides, Design Workflows, Figma

When did you know that you wanted to be a UI/UX designer?

"When I started my own company and realized how bad our product looked. No one was using our product and I wanted to do something about it and figure out why. I taught myself how to make a product more useful, usable, and enjoyable. I scrambled to consume everything I could find on research methodologies, information architecture and wireframing techniques. I took several online courses, went to meetup groups and started shadowing an adept, seasoned designer. By the time we sold our software to an industry competitor I had a working knowledge of the UX process and my passion for building engaging, user-friendly products was born."

Projects & Roles

Event Management Software

Lead designer on an event management system for Tony Robbins that grossed over $30 million in profit in the first month.


Lead designer and programmer for a patient service kiosk for AT&T. Built an interface to allow patients to check-in for appointments without any human assistance. The prototype was showcased at the HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition in 2019.


My company was hired by Famous Dave's to build and launch two test kiosks at locations near their headquarters near Minneapolis. I helped broker the deal, develop the UX, and integrate their Point of Sale system into our app.

Home Security

Strategized and designed a mobile version of the desktop interface to help customers manage their home devices on the go.


Home Town

Heber City, UT (hometown)

Current Town

Salem, OR (current city)


BA, Political Science and Government, BYU. Master of Health Policy & Administration, Washington State University

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