Okay, let's address the elephant in the room. I have lazy in my website name, so I must be lazy, right? Not exactly. Well, if by lazy, we're talking about efficient, focused, and aware of my own limitations, then yes, I am lazy. That's not a bad thing, I promise. Laziness has its place in good UX. Trust me. At least my brand of laziness.
Below are some of my projects (click on each project to learn more):
State & Main
Pro Dev Plan
I draw upon my experience as an artist, advisor, designer, researcher and counselor to create designs and experiences for people that focuses on the little details that make our lives more enjoyable and functional. I use empathy, psychology, and true listening to better understand what it is a person is asking for, whether in conversations, art, design, or the products they interact with on a daily basis. It is impossible to take people out of design and experiences - embrace it.
This website, Our Lazy Creativity is a testament to my love for user experience and design. I take a Lazy approach to design - see for yourself:
Figma, Sketch, Adobe XD, wire framing, prototyping, WCAG, SEO, empathy mapping, story mapping, interaction design
Adobe Creative Suite, Wix, Wordpress, Squarespace, Canva, logo design, responsive web design
Usability Testing, quantitative and qualitative research, SPSS, Qualtrics, survey design, interviewing, data synthesis and analysis, research presentations, research writing, user testing
In addition to full case studies, I also create designs for a variety of apps to showcase my range of design knowledge. I'm constantly looking at current design trends to figure out what makes a design stand out while maintaining functionality and accessibility. These considerations are made even for design mock-ups.