Taking a year off to reflect, explore the world and spend time with loved ones. Looking forward to finding new opportunities to create in the fall of 2018. Drop me a line if you want to talk health design, a project you're working on, or see my full portfolio.
Working as a senior designer at Ayogo I have collaborated on a whole host of behaviour change projects, from helping people create healthy sleep habits to medical weight loss programs. Working with pharmaceutical companies, researchers, government agencies, and commercial partners on different projects has been a great learning experience. As part of a product-focused company I’m always working to further our platform with each release. Taking a project from a loose set of requirements, through design, development, and compliance review to a public release or research study is in my wheelhouse. Check out Ayogo's great work.
I have had the privilege of volunteering with Leadnow since the last Canadian election. I started as a canvasser working the topic of proportional representation. I organized summer festivals and community presentations, set up and ran summer events and created graphics for presentations. Currently I am part of the core team, working on creating software and systems to help expand our team out nationally. Take a look at Leadnow's current campaigns, and I'm always looking to chat about tech activism.
I graduated in 2014 from the industrial design program with a bachelor's of design. In my time at Emily Carr I worked in a variety of mediums, and always strived to push the limits of my skills. Ergonomics and design sketching were some of my favourite courses. My grad project The Air We Breathe focused on the social implications of air quality and designing a mobile solution.
Doing an exchange to the National College of Art and Design in Ireland was an amazing experience, I was enrolled in the textiles design program and got to learn about textile creation and design. I also took a master's medical device course on the design of sensors and systems within medical devices. I used both lenses of thinking to create my exchange project Material Feedback.