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The Designer:

My background is in tech, sculpture, and psychology. After nine years in client services, I decided it was time to get ahead of the problem, by working on solving the design before it goes to market or redesigning based on user feedback. I'm a UX Designer because I like solving problems. I get frustrated with bad design in the digital and physical world and innately want to redesign it. Using UX strategies and methodologies I can deconstruct the project, research issues and trends, and create user centric designs with the clients goals in mind.

The Artist:

As an artist and human I have a love for green materials, recycling and work with a lot of texture that mimics nature. My glass work uses recycled glass to create organic forms that toy with your desire to touch what you know is dangerous even though it is beautiful. My ceramic work nods to my love of nature and my multi ethnic background.  I sell my work by commission, on Etsy and at Mugi, and my pottery has been featured in US Weekly 2018.  I'm an award winning exhibiting artist always looking to take on new endeavors and partnerships.

I love jigsaw puzzles, espresso, biking, and taking photos of patterns in nature. 

*Contact me for resume requests.


UX, UX, UX!

PLATFORMS

SKETCH

INVISION

OMNIGRAFFLE

POP

PRINCIPLE

KEYNOTE

ATLASSIAN JIRA

PHOTOSHOP

ILLUSTRATOR

METHODOLOGIES

USER RESEARCH

DESIGN

RAPID PROTOTYPING

TREND ANALYSIS

WIREFRAMING

USABILITY TESTING

CONCEPTING & IDEATION

INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE

CONTENT STRATEGY

CLIENT MANAGEMENT

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

AGILE DEVELOPEMENT

HEURISTIC ANALYSIS

EDUCATION

General Assembly, 2016

  • UX Design Immersive

Pratt Institute, 2005

  • Graduate Course - Product Design

Bank Street College 

  • Graduate Course - Art Education

Vassar College, 2001

  • BA - Psychology: Color Theory,

  • Minor in Sculpture


UX SERVICES

UX STRATEGY

 

Not sure where to begin?  Let me help you figure it out.  We can discuss where you are and options to move forward.

RESEARCH

 

The key to strong UX design is listening to the user.  Do you need to know if your idea will work?  Is there another option?  Let me do the research and analyze the results.

DESIGN & WIRE FRAMING

Mid-Fi or High Fi wireframes are an important step in providing deliverables to clients and developers.

 

PROTOTYPING

 

Creating a clickable prototype for presentations allows you to provide a visual concept, test you current design, and hand off to developers.