I’m a UX designer & researcher with over 10 years of experience in user-centered design; including approximately 5 years in value-centered design. I design, prototype, (sometimes) develop, and evaluate mobile, web, and desktop applications. I’ve lead products through the full product design process, including: brainstorming, research, user flows, task analysis, wireframes, mockups, interactive prototypes, usability evaluations, project management, and software development.
I am interested in solving meaningful problems for all kinds of humans by quickly iterating and evaluating solutions within a collaborative environment.
Currently, I’m a Lead UX Designer at CarGurus, introducing trust and transparency into the car shopping experience.
Previously, I was a Senior UX Designer at Confer Health (now VitalHealth) working on a consumer at-home diagnostics platform, a Senior UX Designer at CloudLock/Cisco; a UX Designer at Imprivata; and a Research Fellow at the Wellesley College Human-Computer Interaction Lab and Olin College of Engineering.
While at CloudLock, I worked on their cloud security product that visualized and alerted security administrators about security risks found in their company’s cloud services.
During my time at Imprivata, I was the lead UX designer for the Hands-Free Authentication product and co-led the OneSign desktop authentication experience redesign.
Throughout my time at the HCI Lab, I led several teams to design and develop award winning software (2011, 2012, 2013). In addition, I built the largest documented conference table-sized multi-touch surface; created an automated data collection, aggregation, and visualization tool: GreenTouch; and served as a key organizer for the Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces 2012 conference all with Dr. Orit Shaer.
Outside of work
I’m reading up on the latest in tech and sustainability; cooking delicious vegan food, or pushing my physical limits biking, hiking, practicing yoga, running, or SUPing.