Ethnography. Design Research. Curiosity.
I enjoy finding problems as much as solving them, and using those insights to build delightful products, services, and experiences. It's like receiving the perfect gift on your birthday--one that you never would have thought to ask for, but at the same time is exactly what you've always wanted.
I look for opportunities to add value to people and businesses, and make life better along the way
Thermostats ask us what temperature we would like. Maybe that's the wrong question and they should simply ask us if we are warm, cold, or comfortable.
At long last the nutrition label is getting a makeover, thanks in part to the First Lady. As someone interested in health and nutrition, I'm pretty excited. As an up and coming user experience professional I can't help but think, "what will this be like for the consumer?"
The new information will be an asset, but the numbers-first design is still uninformative to people who can't visualize what 10 grams looks like. Here is a visual approach to helping people understand what they're eating.