Examples of Blaire's Designs

On this page examples of Blaire's design work can be found. 

Digital Content Management website

At the University of Maine System, I created a website specifically for content creators who worked at any of the seven universities and law school within the system. I developed a training to teach the Content Management System Wordpress to department editors, utilized user experience and web best practices to create accompanying knowledge base.

A screenshot of the Digital Content Management website for the University of Maine System. Users can learn about the training website through an about section, or click links styled as buttons for topics and tutorials on the website, including the following topics: "How to use WordPress", "Writing content for the web and web guidelines", "Accessibility guidelines and checklist", "PDFs and Documents, "Social Media, Videos and Other Media", "Frequently Asked Questions", "Downloads - Graphics and more", and "Get help".

On Track for College website

Served as project manager and UI/UX Designer for the On Track for College initiative for the University of Maine System. I created website by first drawing wireframes and then generated site upon approval, worked with advertising partners on campaign branding, and developed, organized and lead over 75 campus admissions, marketing and web administrative personnel to create virtual college recruitment events during the lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic in Maine.

A screenshot of the University of Maine System's On Track for College website. This portion of the website includes content about why it is meaningful to attend a local university, as well as information about the 280 degree programs at the system, 7 unique campuses, and information on how to attend a virtual fair. The images are decorative but the headings, links and buttons are meaningful semantics for users.

MinuteClinic Virtual Care


Supported Experience Designers (UX/UI), Design Leads, Product Owners, Developers, Engineers and Content Designers in designs for CVS MinuteClinic's new line of business: virtual medical care appointments. Advised on designs for the minimal viable product (MVP) release and supported defects as end to end went into production and site went live to users. Worked with UI designers to follow UI Kit standards to prevent defects and design accessibly from the start.

A screenshot of the MinuteClinic virtual care website, which provides users the opportunity to work with medical providers virtually. The design includes meaningful navigable headings, a menu of topics related to virtual care, multiple buttons for users to get virtual care, and anchor links to Frequently Asked Questions.