I am currently working as a Product Designer at Verizon. Previously, I have worked in NYC for EffectiveUI as a UX designer and have freelanced for Plastic-Craft. I graduated from The College of Saint Rose with a BFA Graphic Design and a minor in Art History. Then I moved to Scotland to pursue my masters degree at The Glasgow School of Art and graduated with an M.Des in Design Innovation.
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Currently, I am working at Verizon as a Product Designer under New Product and New Business. I have worked on the Verizon Cloud Website to lead the redesign the site to be an overall better experience and meet internal requirements. At Verizon I am creating annotated wireframes and prototypes and work with visual designers to stay on brand. I also work closely with our development teams to make sure our designs go into production in the best possible way.
At EffectiveUI I worked to create digital products for a wide range of clients with a focus in the financial service industries. Using research, I work to create wireframes, prototypes and visual designs to create the best strategy and implement the best design for the client.
My work as a UXD for EffectiveUI has touched many aspects of design including, style guides, wire-framing, user interface design, user research and testing, visual design and prototyping.
My masters degree encompassed methods of user experience and service design. Starting with ethnographic research trips to gain user insights to enable the development of new product opportunities. Using these insights I designed new products through design methods including, personas, scenario building, and touch-points diagrams. I have experience in presenting designs in foreign countries including Japan for major clients.
Previously, I have worked at Pierre Fabre, as a Web Designer, The Moret Group and The Soap and Paper Factory as a Graphic Designer.
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