Classically trained, I've developed a unique style of illustration through years of practice and putting my skills into action.
Experience creating visual identities with impact for a wide range of clients from different backgrounds and business sectors.
Experience in key areas including: journey mapping, UX research, usability testing, prototyping, and information architecture.
I bridge the gap between design and technology, building web applications with visual impact, functionality and usability.
My skillset covers both areas of design and frontend web development. These are the tools I currently use.
I've immersed myself in the world of design for over a decade—constantly learning new techniques and dedicating myself to academia. In 2018 I graduated with a BA in Digital Media from UCF to stay current with technology and refresh my knowledge of the web. Currently, my focus is product design—building thoughtful, purpose-driven digital products that solve problems and deliver enjoyment.
I'm a process-driven designer that uses proven principles and lean UX methodology, but I'm also not afraid to break the rules to innovate. I'm passionate about my work and excited about bringing new ideas to life. My focus for every project is integrating business strategy, validated research, and the power of visual design to create unique experiences.
I've had the incredible opportunity to live in two countries besides the United States and travel throughout Europe. These experiences have left an indelible mark on my life. Each time I'm introduced to new cultures I feel a deep sense of respect and gratitude—motivating me to pursue my craft and explore the world even further.
Chico's FAS Inc.
Shop This Look EnhancementsRead Entire Case Studyarrow_right_alt
This project was a team collaboration to enhance the Shop This Look experience for desktop and mobile devices based on previous user testing results. I designed the UI in Sketch and created prototypes with Invision Studio for developer hand-off. The outfitting tool was powered by Stylitics and tailored to improve the overall shopping experience.
Our customers found the existing "Shop this Look" experience difficult to use and clunky; especially on mobile devices. Some customers were frustrated with the overall flow and links that took them off of the page without the ability to go back.
After a few failed design attempts and quick iterations based on team and customer feedback I handed off my prototypes to the frontend dev team for production. The "Shop this Look" widget was tested again weeks later and customers "loved" the changes— saying it helped them visualize outfits for their wardrobe much better.