I provide understanding to create meaningful products and services through a collaborative process of research and design.
I work with companies to envision and create products or services that connect more meaningfully with people's lives. I work as an interaction designer, user experience designer, information architect and design anthropologist. I work on everything from websites, applications, products, wearables, environments, and services.
In addition to my design work, I co-founded the Midwest UX conference in 2010 as a way to strengthen our regional design community and create a place for distributed practioners to create connections at a human scale. I've been deeply involved with community development through the Interaction Design Association (IxDA) as a local leader in Columbus and now I currently serve as President of the global IxDA community.
I write and speak about the intersection of culture, design, and technology. I believe it is fundamental to both our design and business endeavors to be grounded in a combination of theory and practice.
“Conversation is the only error correcting mechanism that we have. It is the only thing that can rewrite the software that is culture.”
In addition to general conference co-founder duties, I had the pleasure of presenting a talk again this year at… https://t.co/3Qy1wJlJ1n