I’m a junior UX design professional with a passion for research and an eye for accessible design, especially given my passion for disability advocacy being a major factor as to why I'm in UX. I believe in the power of using evidence and data to drive design, mixed with a healthy amount of personal expertise and gut instinct.
While my main focus lies in research and prototyping UX projects, I also have extensive experience with training and leading others from my time as a teacher's assistant, tutor and other peer support roles throughout my education.
My experience reaches beyond UX work though, as my entry into the world of UX was a transition away from my associates degree in graphic design.
When I'm not working on design projects, you can find me volunteering with the Girl Scouts, and practicing my photography skills.
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