I'm a firm believer of the KISS principle (Keep it Simple, Silly). I used to stress greatly over arbitrary needs for robust software, resulting in wasted time planning for things outside of my concentration. Now, I focus on shipping first, using MVP-friendly resources, and refining later.

Iterate, Iterate, Iterate.

As an extension of my focus on simplicity, I focus on rapid iteration. Frequent marginal improvements are paramount for product/service development and, subsequently, a great user experience.

My projects.

I'm often involved in projects, either personally or with clients, that allow me to exercise and refine my UX skills. Here are some of the things I've produced.

Busy Barnacles

- Prototype Launched November 2021 -
Busy Barnacles is a prototype web application to help people find places to work remotely. Users can filter by cost (No Cost, Low Cost, and High Cost), and/or feature, and can search for for places nearby.
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As mentioned above, I'm devoted to great user experiences as a consumer and a producer. I consume things. I produce things. I typically intend to consume, but I struggle to find a product/service that offers what I'm looking for - so I make it myself. I do my best to capture relevant thoughts along the way and write blog posts semi-regularly. Take a look at some of my posts below.