Product Designer

From digital to physical

User Experience Designer

Making things usable and functional

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Why You Need a Style Guide

It’s becoming increasingly necessary to be consistent and cohesive across an ever-growing number of media channels. As it turns out, that’s no easy task. That’s why organizations, companies, and brands are turning to style guides to establish sound footing in an otherwise turbulent landscape.


Why I’m Moving My Business From Seattle to San Antonio

I love Seattle. I moved here from Texas about 1 year ago to join Disney as a Senior IxD as well as immerse myself in the startup world that’s booming in the PNW (Pacific Northwest). It’s a beautiful city filled with interesting people, scenic & gorgeous outdoors, and amazing things to do. It’s the city I grew up lusting over and when I moved here I wasn’t disappointed. (more…)

Thinking About Product in UX Design

Life’s too short to build something nobody wants…

When thinking of User Experience, we often think of a simple, beautiful, and easy to use feature-set of a product, that makes the user’s life easier. But as a matter of fact, features are merely a small, fragile part of the product. They are only a few of many thinkable solutions for a user’s problem the product tries to solve. Thinking in products means thinking in specific user’s problems, in jobs to be done, in goals, and in revenues. (more…)

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    I help companies reduce software costs and risk, while increasing speed to market by figuring out what customers want and then designing an internal process to execute on product vision and business requirements. I problem solve, assess product opportunities, help hone in on core value propositions and I design. In addition to consulting experience, I have started my own companies and learned from building my own technology products. The lessons I’ve learned allow me to bring a very unique perspective to your project. I truly believe great businesses are built on great experiences and I make those experiences happen.
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