Hi there!

I'm Caitlyn Kodric

🎓- Undergrad Student of Systems design engineering @ uwaterloo
🏡- CURRENTLY PART-TIME @ POINTS

In my spare time you can find me at Dundee Pottery, hiking local trails, or baking at home. The first photo is from my first time learning to wheel throw at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto 2017, and I haven't stopped throwing since. I love the creativity involved while creating bisque shapes and then personalizing the glaze designs to customize each piece. The second photo is from a family trip to Banff, Alberta when we hiked to the Lake Agnes Tea House and met some friends along the way. The third photo is a pecan pie that my Nana taught me how to make from scratch last Thanksgiving holiday - it was delicious! My goal is to have all my dinnerware made out of ceramics and to create the perfect french macaroon.

my experience
Skills
Web development
User experience (UX)
User interface (UI)
User research
User testing
Wire framing
Prototyping
Drawing
Painting
Pottery
Tools
Sketch
Figma
InVision
Zeplin
Photoshop
Affinity Designer
Procreate
SolidWorks
Product designer @ Points
Spring '19 - now
  • Iterated new and existing products with validated tests and research to improve and expand the company’s offerings
  • Created interfaces and libraries for 6+ products and business presentations to grow company relationships with multiple partners
  • Collaborated with internal stakeholders to ensure QA on live interfaces met design expectations and external stakeholder requirements
Product manager @ Healthy pets
fall '18
  • Identified 10+ cases for new features using strategic marketing and research with stakeholders to meet company objectives
  • Designed white label, guest flow, and customer service experience
  • Established key roadmap and maintenance stories based on analytics and feedback to improve retention by 5%
UI/UX Designer @ TD Labs
winter '18
  • Created mobile design interfaces and illustrations using Sketch
  • • Conducted user testing to get feedback on mobile prototypes
  • Analyzed the user flow and needs, designing 38 interfaces, and full prototype in InVision resulting in 1st for internal hackathon