Evyn Stevens

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Evyn has studied many aspects of UX/UI, including research, ideation, design, testing and reflection, as well as user research, usability testing and low and high-fidelity wireframes. 
 
He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Queens University of Charlotte in 2020 and a Digital Marketing Certificate from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 2021.
 
Evyn continues to pursue online learning to grow his expertise. He’s earned certifications for Google Ads Search and Google Ads Video. 
 
His recent classes have included:

• An SEO guide to ranking local business websites
• Local ranking factors and best practices for optimizing businesses for specific geographic areas 
• The ranking factors that make up local SEO, setting up and creating Google Business Profiles, and the information Google is looking for to differentiate between optimal and non-optimal GBPs 
• Setting up GA4 properties in Google Analytics, reports and reviewing data
• SEO Structured Data & Schema Markup for Webmasters
• Understanding schema, best practices and how to apply it to webpages to help search engine crawlers better understand webpages and get rich snippets
• The Basics of Figma
• Figma: Designing Mobile & Web App UI/UX
• Google Analytics 4
• Google and Google Maps
• How to Outrank Your Competition in Local Search
• Using SEMrush to discover and outrank competitors
 
"When a company prioritizes UX/UI, they work to ensure a positive, seamless user experience on their website and other digital properties," said Evyn. "They make it more intuitive, more functional and more visually appealing. That means a more satisfying and efficient interaction for customers, plus good reviews and higher conversion rates for the company."
 
As a Digital Marketing Specialist, Evyn also conducts competitor and keyword research, creates and optimizes digital marketing campaigns, and manages SEO and social media programs.
 
"The most enjoyable part of my work is empathizing with users and uncovering their needs.  Understanding their pain points helps us develop easy, intuitive and memorable online experiences for them."

Evyn Stevens

Contact Me
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+1 419.724.7351

I'm a gamer at heart, but there are aspects of gameplay I find frustrating: the flow doesn’t make sense or the settings are confusing. In marketing, though, I'm able to eliminate frustrations for the target audience by identifying problems, providing solutions that elevate the user experience and making online interactions more enjoyable.

Evyn Stevens