I’m a Seattle-based UX/UI Designer with a passion for inclusivity, especially for neurodivergent people. As a late-diagnosed autistic person, I know first-hand what it feels like to live in a world that wasn’t designed for you, and what a huge difference inclusive design can make. That's why I approach UX Design research first because it’s crucial to me that design choices are based on the lived experience of users, rather than my own assumptions. When I’m not designing, I make art, write books, and visit my favorite local animal shelter.
Ideal Workplace Values
Supportive, clearly organized, responsible, and a good sense of humor.
Seattle, Washington, USOpen to Relocation
Open ToFull Time JobFull Time InternshipPart Time JobFreelance/Contract WorkPart Time Internship
Career InterestsArt & CreativeResearch
💪Skills & Strengths
I have above average executive functioning (i.e. I'm really good at getting stuff done!). I'm highly organized, efficient, and I love to make systems. I care deeply about the work that I do, and the people I work with. I also have a strong background in English literature and visual arts, so my writing and visual design skills are unique and sophisticated.
Creative ThinkerDetail-oriented ThinkerMethodical Task ExecutorWordsmith