I am passionate about inclusive, human-computer interaction (HCI). I believe in designing intuitive and innovative technology products that fit into our livestyles. I have a Human-Centered Design and Engineering Masters. As of September 2015, I am pursuing my Ph.D. at the University of Washington Information School. I am advised by Jaime Snyder and am a member of the UW DUB (Design | Use | Build) community for HCI and Design .

User Experience and Research Portfolio

Here is a sample of my interaction design, research, and prototyping experience. I thank my research participants and my collaborators at Microsoft, UW HCDE, UW Information School, and in my communities.

At Microsoft, helped researched and design the Windows Vista Ease of Access Center.

In HCDE, co-designed of SmartWheels map and Arduino project

I collaborated with Jacqueline Calladine, a textile artist, to create a responsive e-skirt.