Aziza O'Bryant

An avid Digital Designer and Developer with a skill set in UX research, front-end development, Graphic Design,  Video editing, Information strategy, and statistical data input. Tools within my arsenal consist of Adobe XD, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premier Pro, Sketch, Figma, and WordPress. I run a small business called Navbar Media, that specialize in setting up sites for other small businesses and leverages our  in-house media equipment. 

Currently working as Web Administrator III for the Texas Geographic Information Office


Web Development  & Programming

Enthusiastically diving into the world of development, I steered my journey toward crafting websites and diving headfirst into coding. With a solid grasp of JavaScript and a knack for handling templating languages like a digital ninja, I artfully pieced together websites from scratch. Taking a hands-on approach not only sharpened my technical prowess but also thrust me into a leadership position. I found myself shouldering the responsibility of overseeing all aspects of website administration and development for my clients, a role that aligned seamlessly with my evolving digital journey.

Web Design & Web Development 

Since college, I have expanded my services to include simple website development, initially offering it to close friends starting in the summer of 2021. Joining TXCAPstudio enhanced my expertise in website building. Now, I am thrilled to introduce my co-founded company, Navbar Media, dedicated to creating websites for a broader clientele in the Austin area.

I’ve always enjoyed video editing, I do it quite a bit for my YouTube channel casually in my spare time. Luckily, Texas State University offers a VR and 360 Video course. I was able to learn and film using some of the most current tools on the market. These videos were shot on an Insta 360 camera and edited in Premiere Pro. I can create virtual tours, birds-eye views, and dabble with AR simulator and app filters.
After completing my freshman year at university, I made the decision to take a gap year. During this time, I secured an internship at VETTED, a military transition program. Throughout my employment, I had the opportunity to:
  • Learn professional networking skills and enhance my professional image, leading me to create my own LinkedIn profile.
  • Generate content for various social media platforms and analyze data to improve attendance at sponsored events on a monthly basis.
  • Utilize Adobe Suite to film, edit, and illustrate promotional ads for the brand.
  • Assist with event planning and offer suggestions to attract the attention of veterans.
  • Build a network of invaluable mentors who provided guidance and support as I developed professionally.
During my gap year, I also discovered General Assembly, a private education program that exposed me to various new tech career paths. Enrolling in courses such as HTML/CSS coding, UX/UI Design, and Product Management, among others, opened my eyes to the diverse opportunities available. These classes provided me with a firmer grasp on what career I wanted to pursue.
I was REALLY into skateboarding as a child. I started decorating my own boards and received numerous compliments. Encouraged by the positive response, I began taking custom requests and selling my skateboard art, turning my hobby into a business.I created the brand @blkgrilgrip and some of my work even made it to Thrasher magazine!