Making the invisible visible

I am a UX designer currently leading a small UX/UI team in the creation of a web and mobile product that helps CEOs and HR leaders to measure employee engagement and better understand their workforces.

Working for a small and agile company on a people analytics product requires a great deal of research, generating information from data, facilitating understanding and simplifying the complex. Both at work and in the classroom (where I teach HCI), my life revolves around bringing order to chaos and making the invisible visible.


My work falls into three fields:


Whether I am guiding audiences through a story or trying to understand users and communicate their needs, immersive reporting and storytelling are my essential craft.


From developing hands-on lessons to designing and testing interfaces, an iterative, user-centered design process drives my work.


Effective teaching requires problem-solving and an iterative, user-centered design process. In my online and on campus classes, I design and develop course content and interaction based on learners' goals and abilities.


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Some of my work outside of the classroom:

  • All
  • UX/UI
  • User Research + Testing
  • Digital Publishing
Know Your Dinos Product Vision, UX/UI Design
Ball State Athletics App Redesign UX/UI Design, Visual Communications
CCIM Annual Report Tablet Design/Content Strategy
Curios Museum CMS UX/UI Design, IA, Mobile
Screenshots App Second Screen, Tablet, UX/UI
Splatzz iTV, Graphic Design, Project Management
iBeacon Design Principles Study User Research, Interviews, Discovery
Non-Profit Work Web Design, Wordpress Development
Intern Management Concept User Research, Usability Testing, Contextual Interviewing, Modelling
Debate 2012 User Experience Design
blend magazine
Blend Magazine Writing, editing, design, web content


The courses I teach focus on design thinking, visual communications and user-centered design. Learn more about some of the courses I currently teach:


Have questions? Want to work on a project? Let me know!