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
Why do words and phrases lose meaning over time? How can we keep our most treasured ideas from going stale?
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?