I help build digital experiences to help people. I am passionate about inclusive design, accessibility, semantics, and standards. I find joy in identifying and removing technology barriers that prevent people from succeeding. I am always learning.
OMBU is a digital technology firm specializing in websites, web applications, and content management systems. I lead our clients through discovery exercises, produce detailed wireframes, prototypes and comps, and evaluate design fidelity throughout implementation. I guide our team in accessible development practices, evaluate our conformance to technical standards such as WCAG, and coordinate usability testing to ensure our compatibility with assistive technologies.
Epoch’s flagship product is a web-based software service that automates video production workflows. I designed the user experience and created desktop & mobile wireframes to guide development. I was also responsible for managing outside graphic design work and occasionally illustrated image assets.
I joined HP’s internal design team in 2009. I was the lead interaction designer for an ink cartridge subscription program and managed UI designs for the touchscreen applications of our web-enabled Photosmart printers. In both projects, I was responsible for creating wireframes and interactive prototypes.
I spent the bulk of my HP career in software engineering, where I was primarily responsible for authoring the UI of our software drivers using C, C++, and multilingual Win32 resources. I did this work in close coordination with our design & localization teams across multiple campuses & geographies.