I'M A UX RESEARCHER & DESIGNER WITH A BACKGROUND IN PSYCHOLOGY AND PERSONAL FITNESS. I GRADUATED FROM THE COLLEGE OF WOOSTER IN 2016 WITH A DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY AND WENT ON TO STUDY UX RESEARCH AND DESIGN AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY IMMERSIVE IN BOSTON. I'M LOOKING FOR A CAREER IN RESEARCH THAT WILL CHALLENGE ME AND ALLOW ME TO GROW AS BOTH A RESEARCHER AND DESIGNER.
June 2021- Present
User Experience Designer
Utilizing skills developed and fine tuned through my bootcamp with Springboard I began working with the early stage startup, TreignMe. Along with a small team including two other designers and the CEO Ryan Williams. I am working to provide enough concrete data to encourage investors to support the company financially.
December 2019- July 2021
Springboard UX/UI Career Track
Springboard allowed me through their provided materials and mentorship program to further develop my skills in the UX field. Throughout the bootcamp I complete two fully fledged conceptual projects and one industry design project where I partnered with the early stage startup called TreignMe and worked to develop their expected user base and provide infographic evidence for investors.
December 2018- Present
Shopper & Delivery Driver
Talk about how I utilize skills useful to UX Design practices while working as a Shipt Shopper (focus on how I'm constantly on the front lines of live user testing of application updates), also talk about my excellent communication being on display every day and my excellent rating with costumers.
May 2017- July 2017
I completed 5 projects over the course of 10 weeks, meeting multiple deadlines, and always ending with a public presentation of the process. Skills and tools utilized include, survey development, participant recruitment, affinity mapping, usability testing, Sketch, and InVision.
August 2016- February 2017
Senior Training Director/Team Leader
Spent 6 months as the leader of a team of personal trainers, gaining leadership and management skills. In addition, I conducted hundreds of client interviews, identifying their problems and pain points and working to find solutions that would leave them happier and healthier.
The College of Wooster
I planned and conducted a year long solo study utilizing both online surveys and in-person interviews to discover whether people react more favorably to upcoming products than their currently available counterparts.