Hi, I'm Shannon.

I’m a UX Designer based in New York City. I’m currently managing a small team of designers within the analytics organization at Centene, following a human-centered process to create data-driven applications and products. 


Read a few stories about how I approached UX projects, and see a few final designs for both analytical dashboards and traditional applications.

About Me

I’ve been in the design industry for over 15 years, and it’s never been a dull moment!  See how I went from being a scrappy freelance designer to a UX designer working with some major corporations.

Design Thinking to Drive Dashboard Adoption

My most recent LinkedIn article explores how we can apply a design thinking methodology to analytical dashboards to drive user adoption.

Representative Clients

Awesome People Who Have Said Awesome Things

“Today, there a lot of people who can make designs on the web, but very few who understand user interface and can contribute to the success of an online business by helping to convert visitors into buyers. When you work with Shannon, you have no doubt that there is an adult in the room: an adult with substantial experience.”

~Dan Seligson, Founder at CVR Marketing

“In my career I have worked with many designers and Shannon remains one of the best I’ve come across. We’ve worked together for clients and she’s also produced work for me directly. She is always on time, smart, creative and she takes the time to give her clients what THEY want – sometimes when they’re not even sure what that means.  I recommend Shannon Brown very highly. You won’t be disappointed.”

~Sarah Walton, Business Mentor & Speaker

Shannon is extremely reliable and easy to work with. In the short time we worked together, she picked up the pieces on a very difficult project and effortlessly completed key components with little need for extensive direction. She is able to shift from one task to another and quickly meet deadlines on whatever is required.” 

~Ian Rogers, Creative Director/Designer

“I think some of Shannon’s greatest strengths are that she has great people skills, strong communication and an ability to get people to trust her and to open up/participate in design sessions. In addition, she maintained her cool even during moments of high pressure and this is another very good skill to have for someone in the role that she played in our project.”

~Project Manager, Food Production Company