Australian-born—NYC-based user experience and interface designer currently working remotely in cyberspace.
Visual prototyping, wireframing, and user flow/journey fluency.
Empathy and curiosity about users coupled with a passion for improving people’s lives through design.
A deep interest in how brands and organizations navigate innovation and design.
A willingness to experiment with new approaches and gather insights along the journey of a product.
Dexterity and fluency with digital and all its pervasive ways.
Nine years of experience using technology and digital methods to uncover hidden audience needs.
A strong foundation in quantitative and qualitative research methods — and contextual inquiry — that has been further developed through the integration of digital methods and academic rigor.
Making and viewing pictures. I picked up my first camera in a high school photography class. Rarely do I leave the house without one. I also like to make time each week to discover and view new and old work by contemporary visual artists.
Going walkabout somewhere: hiking, walking, kayaking, cycling, camping, traveling, snorkeling, exploring, talking to the locals, discovering something new.