naturally curious

About Me

My whole life, I've been a curious person. I pay attention to people—and notice every detail—the cadence to their language, the way they move, and their facial expressions. I discover through asking questions. I analyze situations from a holistic perspective—looking at the big picture before diving into the details. I’m proud of my ability to empathize—which makes me a successful user experience designer. 

 
 

Before I'm a designer, I'm a thinker.

 
 

My whole life, I've been a curious person. I pay attention to people—and notice every detail—the cadence to their language, the way they move and their facial expressions. I discover through asking questions. I analyze situations from a holistic perspective—looking at the big picture before diving into the details. I’m proud of my ability to empathize—which encourages my success as a user experience designer. 

 
 
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Skills & Experience

• Design thinking
• Building team processes and structures
• Improving internal workflows
• Develop product strategy  
• Product requirements and documentation
• UX/UI design for product and web applications
• User research
• Customer/user interviews

• Competitive research and analysis
• Content inventories
• User flows
• Information architecture
• Lo to High fidelity wireframes
• OS patterns and best practices
• Prototyping

 

Hobbies & Interests

  • Outdoor block parties and craft shows
  • Growing my gardening skills and doing yard work
  • Going places I haven't been before and talking to the locals
  • Creating memories with my best friends
  • My 11 year old dog - Hank
  • Listening to and watching live music
  • Learning how to sing and practicing
  • Learning piano
  • Watching the Bachelor/Bachelorette with my best friends
 
 

 
 

Get in touch!

 

I'd love to hear from you. Shoot me a message or find me on social media.

 
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“Tis much better to do a little with certainty and leave the rest for others that come after than to explain all things by conjecture without making sure of anything." 
- Sir Isaac Newton