I’m a UX Designer focused on creating products with intention and purpose that are rooted in empathy and research. With a background in fashion, my work is not only about designing aesthetically pleasing products, but also solving creative problems that will positively impact people on an individual level or influence social behavior to promote a happy and healthy earth.
Whether it's conversations in passing or user research, I enjoy getting to know people and understanding how their behaviors, needs, and desires impact their "why."
The possibilities are endless when bouncing ideas off people and thinking outside-the-box on how to solve problems.
I tend to geek out when it comes to understanding the hierarchy and organization of information most relevant and useful to the user.
I love seeing the product come together while designing lo-fi and mid-fi wireframes. It's that magic moment where you start to see your ideas come to life and the potential of what the end product could look like.
Designing a native android app and iterating the website experience to enable consumers to quickly and easily find local resources to extend the life of their clothing.
BTWN the Seams encourages consumers to rethink their consumption habits by considering their clothing’s lifecycle to promote sustainability. Click the link to check out version 1 of the site, but stay tuned for updates!
Redesigning the website experience to better inform and engage network, build donor base, and increase donor conversions.
KCF is a non-profit organization on a mission to provide education, life skills, and fresh resources to children in developing countries. Feel free to check out the original site!
Check out my most recent post examining the fashion design process through the lens of UX.
Worked with a staffing agency to redesign the digital experience for their clients and creative network.
The development and exploration of a digital platform and service experience for a winery.
A UI redesign for a local day spa and yoga studio to help reduce the cognitive load for customers.