About - (Pro-web-ix).
Dan Peacock
Austin, TX.

Welcome! This is my tiny spot of the internet where I get to showcase all the Applicatioms, Websites, and Illustrations I've worked on over the years I've been active in the design industry.

I'm a UX Designer at heart. Creating conceptual wireframes, high-fidelity mockups, interaction specifications, and functional prototypes. Turning the complex requirements into a useable and fun journey for the user can only be achieved by working closely with the PMO teams. I use Sketch, Invision, and the Affinity suite in my day to day. I've built Design Systems and Style Guides for multiple web applications and I build HTML and CSS assets whenever required.

On the UX Research side I've completed A/B testing, card sorting, and several moderated user testing excercises to get the best feedback possible for the teams.

I've completed the Lean UX Bootcamp with Jeff Gothelf and I have a UX Designer certification from The Team W.

When I'm not in front of the computer, I'm playing bass guitar or enjoying a movie... or 3!


UX Design

Inspiration, Ideation and Implementation.

- Learn about user habits and pain-points.

Survey to gather more information on users.

- Understand the usability patterns.

Why do people do the things the way they do?
What do you like/dislike?
What would you change?
Never assume.

- Competitive Research

Study the market. Consider the trends, upcoming technology, and focus on your consumer. Build a product for the user but you must also understand the business perspective.

- Personas

Create characters that represent the needs of a larger group of users.

- Design Principles

Make the design ready for changing behavior, no frustrations in the user journey, and make interaction fun.

- Whiteboard, Sketches and Wireframing

UI & Prototypes, HTML & CSS, frameworks, designs systems and style guides.

- Implementation and iteration.

Design is a continuous process.

- User Testing.

Choosing the best testing methods (Moderated/Unmoderated etc.). What did the user do that opened your eyes? Why does nobody read anything on the page anymore? ;)


Website Development

I started building websites professionally in the early 2000's. Like 1000's of others I started with my own free hosted site and messed around with animated-gifs, flash, and guest books. I only do a few websites a year for clients these days and its usually in my own time, but I do still enjoy the process and it encourages me to keep an eye on trends and sharpen my html/css knowledge.


phone apps



I've been working with state Governments for many years. I've learned a lot about accessibility and its important considerations. Even now many large multi-million dollar corporations forget the details when it comes to their website visitors with disabilities.

State and Federal websites are required to be 508 compliant. It is the law to adhere to Section 508 regulations, which are an amendment to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and apply to all information technology, including computer hardware, software and documentation.

Section 508 may not apply to your website, but other laws likely do, so your website should be accessible. Most accessibility standards are moving toward WCAG 2.0 standards to best meet the needs of people with disabilities. Regardless of whether or not federal regulations apply to your website, designing for all users is a best practice, and will help your organization more effectively meet the needs of all your customers.

See what I've been working on...

My Portfolio

There's a big mix of projects listed below. UX work is first along with my thoughts on the process mixed with mockups, sketches and illustrations. I hope you like what you see.

Click on the "Read More" link below the intro text to see my write up of each item.

Government Enterprise Licensing and Permit Product

SaaS licensing / form builder application I recently worked on. I can't share names or any specifics about the project but I'll share my thoughts, design, and research processes.

Read About ELP
elp example

Texas Online Private Security (TOPS)

This was a two year (still ongoing) project I worked on with the Department of Public Safety in Texas. I was on one of the 4 agile teams that were brought together to complete the product.

Read About TOPS
tops application example

Microservice Platform

A small internal project I've been working on for a month or so. This is an internal API database that developers and alike can search and view API's built for our internal services. Speed was key so its a basic site running a bootstrap 4 template with some custom CSS.

Microservice Platform
msp platform example

Website Showcase

A quick look at some of the websites I've created over the years.

More Examples
mixture of web application pictures
View the rest of my portfolio on Behance . Thank you for visiting.


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