I am a user experience design and research enthusiast with a passion for process oriented design strategies.
My passion for user experience stems from a deep sense of curiosity and empathy at the end user level. During the 6 years I led the user experience efforts at Pursuant Health, my aspiration to delve deeper into the methodology and practice of human centered design grew stronger.
This desire to learn more led me to the MS HCI program at Georgia Tech where I spent my time bolstering and expanding my skillset. Accessibility has become more important now than ever, so I place a strong focus on inclusive design methods throughout the design process to provide an equitable experience for all users. My goal is to contribute my learnings and experience toward a world of inclusive technology underpinned by human centered design practice.
I follow an evidence based design practice informed through rigorous formative and summative research methods and analysis.
I design user-centerd systems utilizing a strong visual design foundation resulting in a well-rounded final artifact.
I engineer the end-user interface presentation layer.
There is a limited understanding of the social determinants of health for underserved populations which results in gaps in care and perpetuates continued health and wellness disparities. I am currently working with Ga WIC in order to effectively apply user centered design methodolgies to design workable systems for underserved populations.
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