My daily activities involve brainstorming with product/project managers and user interface designers about the requirement for user interfaces of internal management tools and education-related web sites. If I'm not talking to business analyst about new ideas, I'm gathering information with real users of Pearson products, performing usability tests or contextual inquiries to refine personas.
I am also (for the most part) designing task flows and annotated wireframes for the forementioned products alongside other designers within Pearson's User Experience team.
I'm also working on an interaction design pattern library as part of a new initiative within the company in 2009.
Unfortunately, this is as much as I can currently disclose publicly. By contract, I cannot publish any details on currently pending projects.
Some of the previous work you see in this section of the web site is from already released/completed Pearson projects, for which there are not any restrictions.