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Jessica Barnett

Instructor
Faculty, POLY Campus, Mailcode 2180
Biography: 

Jessica Barnett is a developer, designer, and maker from Mesa, Arizona. She completed her undergraduate degree in Graphic Information Technology at Arizona State University Polytechnic with a focus in web design and development and software engineering in May of 2019. She then graduated in December 2019 with a Masters of Science in Technology with the same focus.

Before returning to college, Jessica led design teams remotely, organizing content and talent, and promoting products through blogs and social media. She has experience in teaching various creative arts and in tutoring students in technical subjects. Her passions include making the complicated accessible to everyone.

Jessica uses her knowledge of code and user-friendly design to bridge the gap between engineering and design and to create usable, functional, and robust web applications.

Director: The Device and Usability Learning Lab

The Device and Usability Learning Lab is located on the ASU Polytechnic Campus in Santa Catalina room 157. The DULL is a place where students can test their websites (hosted on the web) on multiple devices, operating systems, and screen widths. It is also a space for students to meet, colloaborate on projects, attend workshops related to wweb development and usability, and find tutoring in topics related to the Graphic Information Technology major.

The lab does not hire researchers. If you are interested in working for the DULL, please watch for a lab assistant position to be posted through ASU's student job site and apply there. I do not hire students outside of that site/process. Student workers in The DULL tutor other students in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, as well as in Adobe Creative Could software, design, usability, and accessibility on the web.

Learn more about her courses:

GIT414: Website Design and Internet/Web Technologies

GIT417: Advanced Web Markup and Scripting

GIT418: Multimedia Authoring, Scripting and Production

GIT450/598: Digital Workflow in Graphic Industries

Barrett, The Honors College and Graphic Information Technology

Jessica is also the Barrett Faculty Honors Advisor for the Graphic Information Technology Program. Learn more about honors opportunities in the GIT program on the Barrett website, view her Spark Website with information and links to past honors projects and contracts by GIT students, or email her for more information.

Education: 

Master of Science in Technology in Graphic Information Technology December 2019

Bachelor of Science in Graphic Information Technology May 2019

Board: 

i.d.e.a. Museum Board of Directors, Mesa, AZ, June 2021 - present

Industry Positions: 

Web Management Intern - Barrett, The Honors College, ASU, May-December 2019

Lab Assistant - Device and Usability Learning Lab, ASU, January 2018-May 2019

Front-End Engineer Intern - PetSmart, Phoenix AZ, June 2018-August 2018

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