Jazmyne is an UX Researcher at KLI. She is also a doctoral candidate at Rutgers University-Camden. Originally, from Los Angeles, California, Jazmyne obtained her Bachelor’s in Sociology from the University of California-Irvine. Currently, Jazmyne holds a Masters of Public Policy from the Bloustein School and a Masters of Science from Rutgers Camden.
While in school Jazmyne has developed and completed various end-to-end research projects for nonprofit organizations, private companies, and state agencies. Taking her problem-solving skills to product development and tech brought Jazmyne to Key Lime Interactive. Now at Key Lime, Jazmyne continues to lead and assist with user research projects in various industries. Most recently she completed A/B Testing and IDI’s while working with clients like Google and Amazon.
I started my career as a sociologist, which allowed me to gain a great deal of experience conducting in-depth interviews and qualitative research methods.
Once in my doctoral program, I learned to code. This allowed me to learn tools like Stata and Python. I use statistical methods to quantify and amplify magnitude in my research.
In 2020, I took an in-depth UX course to improve my UX research skills. Since then I've been involved in UI Research and Customer experience research as well.
What I do when I'm not working
I love a good puzzle and glass of wine, helping people buy property and serving as a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.