I’m a creative problem solver, which stems from my genuine curiosity to seek answers to questions that begin with why. I’m also a former marketer, so naturally, I strive to connect my design choices to data whether qualitative or quantitative.
I currently design financial experiences for Affirm. Over the past few years, I've also designed applications for Twilio, AT&T, Mutual Mobile, and the federal government. I also have a UX Certification from the Nielsen Norman Group and some familiarity with front-end web development.
In my spare time, I enjoy wandering through new cities, discovering new music, listening to podcasts, and dabbling in metalwork for jewelry.
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Brands I've worked with
Affirm — Remote
• Partner closely with cross-functional teams to ensure cohesion across various projects
• Leverage research and metrics to inform design decisions to deliver high-quality experiences resulting in user engagement and satisfaction improvements
• Planned and conducted qualitative user research to capture insights regarding users' mental models, needs, workflows, and to validate design solutions
• Led design ceremonies, including design sprint planning, critiques, bi-annual planning, and workshops
AT&T — Austin, Texas
• Work closely with user researchers to identify and support critical opportunities for user interviews, prototype testing, and ethnographic field studies
• Partner with business groups to advocate for user needs during requirements discussions
Mutual Mobile — Austin, Texas
• Built and maintained app maps, user flows, interaction notes, and other design artifacts
• Collaborated with clients, visual designers, product managers, and developers to formalize ideas
Nobils — Washington, DC
• Maintained the UX checklist and UI style guide for all UI components for seven products
• Planned and facilitated in-person as well as remote usability test sessions