Who am I?

24601! If you caught that reference, you'd also catch on to the fact that I love musicals. I like to call myself a nerd of all trades, because I know a little about a lot of different fandoms and hobbies.

But let's forget about that for now! You're here to look at my work. I'm a UX researcher because I am a perpetual learner and love to dig into problems. But with me, you won't just get a UX researcher. You'll get someone who isn't afraid to take on projects that might go outside the norm for a specific job description (as long as it does ultimately tie back in some meaningful way to the team!)

In my work samples here, I'm not going to show you the process for ALL my usability tests. I'm going to show you my process for one, but then I'll show you some of the other ways I've done research. For confidentiality reasons, I'll keep it fairly high level, but feel free to contact me for more!

Self-Service Research

When researchers are a party of 1 on a team, you’ve got to figure out ways to enable other team members to do research. Along […]


One of the first things I learned how to when I started my position at IBM was how to create a screener. Due to design […]

Conference Research

Research at conferences? Yes, we can! Doing research at conferences is a great way to recruit participants and get some input into your product’s roadmap. […]

AI Design Thinking Facilitation

Overview At IBM, I’ve been very fortunate to have the opportunity to facilitate or co-facilitate numerous design thinking workshops. A new skill I’ve been developing […]

Digital Media Projects

I received my master’s degree in Digital Media from Georgia Tech in May 2017. I was fortunate to take amazing classes with extremely talented professors. […]