Clarifying Complex Information
At its best, information architecture makes your website content accessible, clear, and findable.
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I’ve convinced everyone at Redhead to think I’m as cool as our main web dev, Jake. I get the opportunity to work alongside him while he develops the functionality of a website and I work on giving him headaches while making the front-end look cool.
Outside of the studio I fully invest myself in my work, relationships, and communities. If I believe there is something worth doing, it’s worth doing very well, which is why I seek out incredible people who share the desire of creating a solution to a pressing problem within the community. We work on some pretty cool projects.
My curiosity has led me to design projects in the economic opportunity, food-scarify, accessibility, and autonomous vehicle sectors. For these projects I wore many hats, working as a facilitator, user experience (UX) and web designer. Collaborating with teammates to embody empathy and curiosity is a high priority of mine. I take pride in crafting solutions that establish growth.