UX Professional, Activist, Life coach, and Rare Disease Advocate
“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” ~ Howard Thurman
What makes me come alive? People. Humanity. Beauty. This crazy, amazing mess we call Life.
I am passionate about asking questions. About digging deep, making connections, and developing the bigger picture by putting together all the puzzle pieces – then working together to create the best solution possible.
In order to solve any problem, the first step is understanding the root of the issue. Whether it’s a new application to design or a challenging health condition to diagnose, the right questions need to be asked before you can even begin to offer an accurate picture of the true needs, let alone potential solutions.
Currently, I work as a UX Designer on a contract basis. I’ve previously worked with both government and professional clients on a variety of websites and applications.
What do your users really need? Are you asking the right questions and solving the right problems? Available for consultation and projects.
As someone with plenty of experience navigating the medical system, I can help guide you to the diagnosis or care you need.
Now is the time to speak up for what we believe in and #resist when we see atrocities being committed. Proud part of #theResistance.
Connecting people and ideas, and utilizing adaptive reuse to help build self-sustaining communities and affordable housing.