UX Design & Development Lead
Focused in creating innovative products that improve our lives and help us grow in an ever changing world. I started my career in graphic design, making branding and marketing material, then moved to websites and apps, and learned to code as well. For the past few years I’ve been focusing on conducting research and helping companies incorporate UX into the development process and improving products.
Experienced in conducting field research, synthesizing insights from qualitative and quantitative sources, facilitating design and research workshops and creating actionable, empathetic, and evidence-based design strategies.
Familiar with all stages of the development process, from concept to launch, collaborating cross-functionally with user research, engineering and management to deliver positive outcomes.
May 30, 2017
Thanks for Coming! Learn UX Seattle Recap
I want to thank everyone who made it to last week’s meetup! It was a great success. Special thanks to Leo Zhang, organizer of the Learn UX Seattle Meetup, for bringing their event to the Fresh offices and inviting us to join the conversation. The audience was very engaged and asked a lot of great questions about UX. In … Continued
May 11, 2017
Join Fresh at Learn UX Seattle Meetup with Valve
We’re sponsoring and hosting Learn UX Design Seattle’s Meetup “How a Valve Software Engineer (yes, *that* Valve) designs experiences” on Tuesday, May 23. Valve Software Engineer Brett Sanborn, who’s worked on DOTA, will be speaking on how he has incorporated UI/UX into development and programming. And Fresh CEO Jeff and I will talk about Methods of … Continued
July 10, 2012
Block the Bad Stuff, the first iOS app for Linksys Smart WiFi Routers
Back in January Cisco asked us if we would like to participate as a launch partner in their Cisco Connect Cloud Developer Community, developing applications for their new Linksys Smart Wi-Fi routers. We’re proud to release this week the first available iOS app developed for Linksys Smart Wi-Fi routers, Block the Bad Stuff. Block the … Continued