I am a user experience researcher that advocates for digital accessibility.
With a background in interaction design, I understand that the perfect user interface should look good. However, I believe that it should work even better. Let’s be honest, no matter how good your design is a poor experience will undoubtedly create a negative perception. I strive to uncover usability problems through various UX research methods in order to create more engaging experiences.
I’m passionate about UX research because I’m insatiably curious. UX research, as a practice, allows me to focus on empathy and collaboration. It also gives me the opportunity to approach problems creatively and constructively in a flexible and adaptive way.
I have a particular interest in digital accessibility, and I’m a strong advocate that accessibility starts with design. Accessible design is truly the driving force behind creating better, more inclusive experiences for all.
- Nielsen Norman Group UX Certification with a UX Management Specialty (UXC #1029487) (2020)
- Assistive Technology Certification (2018)
- Master of Science (M.S) Interaction Design and Information Architecture (2018)
- Bachelor of Arts (B.A) Graphic Design, with a Minor in Web Design (2010)