I’m a Product Designer who believes that Web sites, applications, and software should be easy and intuitive to use. Machines should accommodate humans, not the other way around.

 

More About Me and my Work

Design isn’t really a “job” for me—it’s more a way of life. I can’t look at anything without analyzing its ease of use or the experience it provides. Few things frustrate me more than encountering something that was obviously created with little or no thought about the humans who would have to use it.

My career in design began around 2002 as a hobby—back when the Internet started to become a household name.   The bulk of my early career was spent honing my skills as a visual designer and front-end developer (CSS, HTML, JavaScript, etc) for Web sites and Web-based software applications. Over the years I’ve matured as a designer and have begun focusing more on user-centered design, user research, user experience, and interaction design.

That is where I find myself today, and I’ve been fortunate to perform in this capacity for organizations such as Samsung and  as well as a number of smaller companies.