Using my newly acquired UX skills, a master’s degree in social psychology, years of research experience, combined with deep understanding of how to start and operate a business, I bring a unique and multifaceted approach to solving complex design problems.
I believe that what sets apart a great product from a good product is the quality of their design. As a UX designer, I relentlessly seek out the perfect design for a particular product: one that elegantly combines the wants of the user with the needs of the business.
For 8 years I designed and evaluated social programs that helped people with disabilities start their own businesses and vulnerable students succeed both in and out of school. After the successful completion of my last grant-funded program, I decided to expand my skills by pursuing UX design at General Assembly.
UX brings together both my passion for universal design and an opportunity to use my creativity to further positive experiences of users and businesses.
I am a born and bred Chicagoan and a connoisseur of all things related to a Chicago Hotdog. In my spare time, I love to fish, garden, practice improv, design and execute delicious meals for my wife, and travel wherever a best-priced ticket will take me.
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