As a designer and problem solver, I’m not just interested in designing interfaces. I’m interested in designing systems, frameworks, processes and companies. Anything to help people and businesses operate better and more efficiently. In a way that makes people feel happy, appreciated, valued and empowered.
My interest in design stems from a desire to help make people’s lives easier or better in some way using design and technology.
My first attempt attempt at this was in 2010 when I created (with my friend and talented software engineer, Joel!) New York City’s first and only real-time food truck map. At the time, food trucks were everywhere but there wasn’t a good way to find out where specific ones were on any given day.
I spent most of my career in New York City where I worked for a couple of technology companies, one of those being Lab49. Lab49 was my first real experience doing formal user research and contextual inquiry, which I did on the trading floors of many major banks. From here I went on to work on my own for almost six years with startups in and around New York City. I helped small teams to design digital products, apps and features. I moved to Sydney in 2016 and am working at a technology company in the CBD!
Australian Phone: 0468 390 978, American Phone: 347-822-6471