Welcome to CTEcreative
My name is C. Tyson Edwards. I am an Atlanta-based product thinker who enjoys long walks, shorter meetings, and integrating my visual design and UX background with Agile best practices to release fantastic products that drive real business results.
A good product thinker is a cross-functional team-player who actively engages with customers, vendors and all functional areas to keep teams aligned with product goals.
I really enjoy developing relationships with other teams and I bring a great attitude and my own personality to every project.
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Technical Product Management
In my most recent role, I served as the Technical Product Manager where I assisted the Global Product Manager with the roadmap & UX of 2 complex dental practice systems used daily by nearly 10,000 dental offices in the US and Australia.
My strategy for defining a product vision involves:
My Product Management Projects
Dental Software Line:
Release Plan Documentation:
Being a successful product designer means being well-rounded in problem identification, UX, visual design, front-end code and business strategy.
Data generated by:
A user-centered product strategy!
My Product Design Projects
I have been working with HTML since the Dreamweaver days. Now, I work a lot with WordPress set-up and creating child themes for clients. I like to see a wireframe come to life in the browser and I look to add small details to give the site some dimension.
My web design skills:
- HTML5 / CSS3
- Bootstrap / LESS / SASS
- WordPress / WordPress Child Theme Development
- Google Analytics / SQL
My Web Design Projects
Communication / Organization
I strive to be an excellent communicator who actively looks to engage and build positive relationships with internal stakeholders, other functional teams as well as external vendors and of course the link to success – customers!
By keeping communication lines open with other teams, I was often able to prevent deadlines slip by facilitating early communication of technical changes to other functional area so that they could align their final deliverables.