I am a UX designer. This is my blog.
But what’s my story?
Here is the long version… I’ve always had an immense appetite for art. So when it came time to choose universities, I enrolled to Herron school of Art & Design (Indiana University) to pursue my dream. During this time, I inevitably stumbled upon a specific creative space: Human-Centered Service Design. It was love at first sight. I laid aside the oil paintings and charcoal sketches and transitioned into a world of psychology, marketing, typography and visual communication. A couple years later I found myself holding a B.F.A in Human-Centered Design, eager to change the world & improve end-user experience of any given product, brand, or service.
Straight away I applied my knowledge to software, starting on Mobile then transitioning to web and desktop. This fortunate turn of events has made me the User Experience Designer I am today, designing for companies such as BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank and J.P. Morgan. I now design complex applications and simplify experiences primarily for financial trading software. And I love it. #Geek
My design strategy involves working through all phases of the design process including research, analysis, interaction and visual design. My main weapon of choice is Sketch.
Feel free to contact me at any time on anything such as:
“I need advice on how to incorporate UX into my projects”
“I’d like collaborate on content to post, or guest-blog on here”
“I just want to talk about design”