Approaching product design and innovation from a human-centered perspective --
I aim to create simple, intuitive solutions that improve the lives of people around me. Understanding their needs and goals is key to effective design - which most often means finding the right people and asking the right questions. As a designer, my core strengths include interaction design, visual design, and user research.
I have a Master’s in Human-Centered Design & Engineering from the University of Washington and a Bachelor’s in Psychology & Communications from the University of Michigan, where I also worked and wrote for The Michigan Daily.