I love learning how people think and behave, and I leverage research to design user-centered products and experiences which solve both user and business problems. My process is hands-on, collaborative, and iterative. Although I have a holistic view of user experience design, I am most focused on interaction design, user research, and usability testing.
I attended George Mason University to study art and photography, which helped me develop visual storytelling and creative thinking. As a co-founder of SoA Print, the first print shop in GMU’s School of Art, I was responsible for creating quality experiences for customers and employees.
I transitioned into UX design because I had become frustrated by how people were often prisoners to poorly designed products that made their lives more difficult. My goal is to design products and experiences that are meaningful and impactful, and I’m especially interested in utilizing new technologies to improve people’s lives in innovative ways.
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