Progressive career in the design and management of innovative digital applications including websites, mobile apps and SaaS solutions. Talented designer and manager with over 10 years’ experience in information architecture, analytics and UX design creating solutions for the B2C and B2B markets.
I have a passion for working with clients and internal stakeholders in a collaborative fashion to realize innovative digital ideas in the marketplace. Having a hands-on approach, I am detail oriented and believe strongly in advocating the end user perspective during the design process. Essentially, I act as a “bridge” between the business and the technology.
Strong leadership and management skills with a proven track record managing teams optimizing user engagement, delivering new products and enhancing functionality for known brands such as Johnson & Johnson and Fidelity Investments.
I also have a working knowledge of intellectual property issues, having been awarded my own patent by the USPTO. I was a member of JnJ’s intellectual property team, contributing to a number of patents in the software space.
During my free time, I am an avid sailor, crewing aboard US 42, a former America’s Cup 12 Meter yacht, sailing right here in NY Harbor.
Awards & Publications:
The Saatchi and Saatchi Award for World Changing Ideas – Finalist 2005
Saatchi and Saatchi book “World Changing ideas”
Architectural Record 12-2004 “Editors Pick 2004”
Nominated for the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2006
Metropolis Magazine Next Generation Competition 2005 – Semi-Finalist
CMP Business Media 100 Best Products 2005
Book “Transmaterial” by Blaine Brownell
One of the 100 best new products 2005 from the Journal of Architecture
A+U Architecture and Urbanism Magazine May 2006
The Chicago Athenaem Museum of Architecture and Design, winner of the “Good Design Award” 2004 New Building Material
How Magazine, International Design Awards 2005 – 3d Objects Merit
Matter Magazine “Best of Show” Volume 2.1
Metropolis Magazine, article “Picture Perfect” October 2004
Architectural Record 10-2004 “Product of the Month”