As a user experience architect, I build site interactions that keep the potential user in mind. Work has included the information architecture and UX architecture for sites that include:

  • The Washington Jewish Museum, where I provided digital strategy, all of the user experience and interaction design, content strategy, and the web development.
  • Eviva, a bariatric healthcare services provider
  • and the site architecture for a coming site for a foundation that includes both front-facing content and an administrative backbone.

This is a wireframe from the healthcare company.wireframeThese drawings in the gallery show the interaction sequence for a diversity effort for a local company.

As a student in the University of Washington’s Communication Leadership master’s program, I worked with a team to reenvision the online experience for the Seattle International Film Festival. This project involved extensive user research and usability testing.SIFF presentationI also developed a mobile application to help used car shoppers find a vehicle based on lifestyle instead of through a basic car search. These are wireframe screenshots.

View available vehicles
Once the system has an idea of what the shopper is looking for, it allows him or her to swipe through multiple options and save or reject vehicles.
Search box
Rather than just type in the name of a kind of car, shoppers could do a standard search, speak parameters into the phone, or take a picture of a vehicle they like on the street and have the system find similar vehicles for sale in the area.
Choose riders
This screen asked shoppers to assume how many people (and pets) would be riding on a regular basis.