Passionate Design Leader looking for my next remote role | Helping founders and product leaders define and execute strategic design visions and grow high-performing teams
My team led the redesign of a Global Fortune 500's corporate website - Celebrating approval in London.
A problem-solver and researcher at heart, I am passionate about building and leading teams to launch modern, intuitive, user-centered experiences. I have built teams from the ground up for many large-scale redesigns and new product launches. I craft and rally teams around a shared product vision, product strategy, product design approach, design system, user and market research, and culture.
With an extensive background in the areas of staffing, recruitment, and other professional platforms, I am passionate about creating experiences for the modern workforce. Most recently at Braintrust, I was the second hire after the VP of Product, and led the team through reimagining the Jobs Marketplace experience. I also was brought in to create the vision for their new Professional Network. Starting as an internal side project with the Founder and a team of 2, I crafted the product vision based on research and insights, and saw the product through to its public launch in June of 2023. This was my passion project—something I had always wanted to build myself, and finally got the chance with an amazing team.
DEAD BUGS band photo by Matthew Selvagn.
WHAT ELSE DO I DO?
Outside of work, I keep busy writing garagey punk songs for my band, DEAD BUGS. I'm really into cooking clean, healthy foods, especially anything vegan + gluten-free. I always push for more sustainable choices.
If you'd like to know more, email me at email@example.com
User experience design
Wireframes and prototypes
Branding and identity systems
Content and copywriting
Market and user research
Product-market fit validation
Design thinking + ideation sessions
Recruitment and hiring
Product strategy development
UX and design strategy development
Marketing strategy development
Forecasting and future planning