I'm a UX researcher and designer.
I connect with users, create user experiences that improve people’s lives, and ensure products are safe and intuitive to use. I’m now at Apple.
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I dig deep to learn about user needs and workflows. I talk directly to users and system stakeholders, and observe current-state workflows to get the full picture.
I turn all my user research into workflow assessments and stakeholder needs. I analyze potential use errors, then design risk mitigations with the cross-functional team. If it’s a medical device, I make sure it complies with IEC 62366 and the FDA guidance on usability engineering.
I illustrate concepts from low- to high-fidelity screen design and interactive prototypes, iterating with users and the development team. I document the design in UI specifications. I make the occasional website too — I made this website template from scratch with HTML, CSS, and the Hugo static site generator.
Throughout design and development, I collect user feedback and observe user performance with the UX design early and often. Before launch (or regulatory submission), I test the system with users to make sure it’s safe and intuitive for use.
An app for clinicians to check and control settings for cardiac implantable medical devices.
Electrical power grid visualizations to help operators monitor and manage wide areas of the North American power grid.