Junior: my 7-year companion

Posted on Aug 1, 2013 in community, experience design, user research
Junior: my 7-year companion

The content of this post would normally be reduced to a pin on my “Products I love” ┬áPinterest board, but I felt like expanding for design evangelism sake. Many friends have asked me for ergonomic chair advice over the years and here’s what I tell them. I began a thorough search during my 2nd year […]

Sketchnote: Faces

Posted on Feb 24, 2012 in design process, sketchnote, user research
Sketchnote: Faces

A little sketch of a bunch of different faces. It’s great to practice a range of hairstyles and facial expressions (next phase) for quick notes and demonstrations.

Small design thoughts from an afternoon selling sausage

Posted on Feb 6, 2012 in consumer insights, user research
Small design thoughts from an afternoon selling sausage

My friend who’s a food-broker had a worker fall through, so I got to be your favorite girl at the grocery store: the sample girl! Here’s some thoughts I had after a day in aisle 7. Setting the table The setup was basic: the chicken sausage was displayed slices and served on two plates (two […]