It’s About the Journey and the Destination
Ever since the first time I used the dial-up modem plugged into my Commodore 64, I knew I wanted to be part of the online world. Later, when I was getting my BFA in graphic design, the web was born. My first website was designed for Mosaic. I eventually moved to the San Francisco Bay Area, where the internet and I grew together over the years.
I’ve designed websites for agencies, software firms, and even went the start-up route. I saw the bubble swell and pop. I’ve made sure that everything I’ve done has taught me something new. I’ve learned how to run a business, manage projects and people, sell ideas, tell stories, and think a few steps ahead.
I’ve been doing visual design for a long time, and over a dozen years ago, I took my first job doing information architecture. Shortly after that I was taking on user experience projects. I love it, it comes naturally and it lets me use everything I’ve learned. Plus it feeds my need to learn more.
Since then I’ve been doing UX design full-time in the Bay Area along with some visual design tossed in along the way for fun.