UX Designer at Slope
Co-Founder of Seattle Women of Design & UX
I transitioned from UI design and development into UX because I love the practical nature of digging into the root of a problem before trying to solve it.
With every project, I first I spell out the problem by researching and talking to users. Then I determine what my goals are, and what success should like like. From there I explore solutions by talking it out with the team, whiteboarding, prototyping, and testing. Finally, I can put those solutions to work by creating seamless user flows and beautiful interface designs.
Outside of work I spend my time eating too much, hiking, and talking about my cats.