I’m a designer, UX researcher, writer, and armchair cognitive scientist. I currently work on Uber Health—a tool that lets healthcare organizations use Uber for non-emergency transportation. Previously, I studied cognitive science at Yale and designed products for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
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A volunteer signup site that scheduled ~30,000 shifts during the final weeks of the campaign.
UX research & product design
A web app that allows organizations to arrange transportation for customers and patients who don’t have smartphones.
UX research & product design lead
An app where supporters created and shared their own custom “Love Trumps Hate” videos.
UX research, copywriting, & product design
UX research, copywriting, & product design lead
A successful $31,000 Kickstarter campaign for an NFC necklace that makes it easy to store and retrieve digital vaccination data. As seen on NPR.
Copywriting & campaign management
Digital calendars were supposed to make us feel at peace and in control. Instead, we feel scatter-brained, anxious, and over-booked. How have these tools shaped the way we think about time? And how might we free ourselves from the prison of the Gregorian grid?
In the not-so-distant past, we diagnosed people who feared they were always being watched with paranoid schizophrenia. Now, that same fear is just a realistic understanding of how the world works. What are we to make of this shift?
Introducing a simple, spontaneous, and meaningful app that makes it easy to keep in touch with friends and family.