I'm currently an NEA Design Fellow at ThirdLove as their second UI/UX designer, where I'm working on a variety of experiences throughout the e-commerce funnel. Not all of these projects can be shared publicly, but you can contact me to see the real pixels. You can view my shopping cart redesign (my first project @ThirdLove) here.
At Disney, I employed a design thinking approach to reimagine the enterprise software request experience. I designed a portal that is currently being implemented on their ServiceNow Platform, where employees across the company could request software specific to their team. You can read more about this challenge below.
During my Adobe internship, I drove the initial stages of A/B testing for our client (one of the top three social networks). By utilizing a data driven approach + heuristic UX evaluations, I was able to drive higher conversion rates on our client site.
This is a hypothetical PDP I created for a design challenge. What if spoons were luxury items and required their own shopfront?
I was interested in how Houzz (the home design platform) could incorporate a social element to their experience. Home design is inherently a collaborative process, and I explored how users could work on designing a home together as a quick design exercise.
I was one of twelve grant recipients for the inaugural class of the Internet Research Incubator at UCLA. I utilized this opportunity to explore m-commerce design patterns, both through evaluating market apps and creating design patterns.
This was one of my earlier product design initiatives I started as a side project. Save app is an app the aims to balance the tradeoffs during shopping between price, distance, and shipping for both online and in store items.