About

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I solve problems through design.

My interest in UX and design stems from my background in public art and installation work, seeing how changes in the environment could impact people’s outlook and their surroundings.

I'm focused on research-driven design and learning, collaborating, and advocating for users. I've spent the last few years educating and providing resources for others to do the same. Since 2014, I have co-organized the Boston chapter of Action Design, an international non-profit exploring the intersection of behavioral studies in economics, psychology, and design for applications in advocacy, policy, and positive change. I have served as Director of Education, VP, and Director of Partnership and Community Outreach for AIGA Boston. I currently work at Mendix (a Siemens company), leveraging and advocating for behavioral design and design thinking practices within the emerging low-code space.

Working closely with clients and partners, I help make products and services that are useful, that make you think, that make you feel, and make you act. I use research and design to create experiences that align business goals with best practices in modern user-centered design. Specializing in digital product design, I help build complex web applications, lead multi-disciplinary teams, and develop design systems. 

You can find me at the Fab@CIC, a maker community run by CIC, where I help with fabrication projects, events, and training; and at Studio 213 in Boston's SoWa Art & Design District and Atlantic Works in East Boston where I'm a contributing artist.

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Let’s create something awesome together!