- Senior-level Strategic Creative Leader
- Team Builder
- User Experience Design
- User Interface Design
- B2B SaaS experience
- UI/UX best practices
- Information Architecture
- User Research
I have to confess,
I have wasted countless hours playing ultimate and skiing. When I am not engaged in those sports or hiking, biking or generally outside, I love to create delightful experiences for the unsuspecting web and mobile users. I have worked on projects from web apps to e-commerce to straight up marketing sites. Nothing makes me happier than bringing to life intuitive, efficient and state of the art designs for web and mobile apps. I hope I can do this kind of work forever.
I love people and want to make things easy for them.
What does that even mean? I feel bad for people when a task they are working on is hard for them to complete. I try to find their roadblocks, which include visual distractions, poor information, poor process flow (if any) and I want to fix them. That’s not always easy. Sometimes, as a designer, I can’t deviate from the established UI, and I have to get creative to solve particular problems.
I love team sports.
Did I mentioned, I played a lot of ultimate frisbee? I’ve been involved at a local level, organizing leagues, tournaments, parties and the occasional charity event. Playing and working with such a diverse group, you learn to get along with everyone and to motivate people to work for free, generally. I have been lucky! I have had the best crewmates a girl could ever ask for. Playing sports gave me the skills to work with developers, business managers, product owners and C-Level folks (you’d be surprise how may ultimate players are prima donas).