Principal Product Designer | RevUnit 04/2021 – Current
Working with clients to educate them on product process and design thinking. Helping solve complex legacy systems with a clear path forward for modernizing and providing more efficient workflows. Clients include: Acosta, Walmart, Teslar, CivicScience and McCormick
VP of Design | Sway Medical 12/2020 – 04/2021
Leading visual execution of Sway’s brand, marketing, and product portfolio. Focused on leading Sway in creating visually compelling customer journeys based on well-developed product themes and establishing company-wide design principles.
Lead Product Manager | Dental Intelligence 07/2020 – 12/2020
Conceptualized and deployed enhanced product features and optimized implementation for use in marketing strategies.
Chief, Digital | Anautics, Inc. 05/2019 - 08/2020
Originally hired as the Product Development Lead and promoted to C-Level within 5 months. I was leading and building the digital product efforts. Was focused on helping the Air Force identify problems with Design Thinking and iterative building.
Product Development Manager | TBS Factoring 12/2017 - 05/2019
Originally hired as the Lead UX Designer and quickly promoted to leadership. Scaled the team from one to eight. Casting vision and leading five Software Engineers and two UX Designers. Built a strong product and design culture. We shipped the company's first mobile and web factoring app.
Senior UX Designer | APMEX 04/2017 - 12/2018
Provided advice and guidance on implementation of UX research methodologies and testing activities to analyze and predict user behavior. I also designed UI elements and tools such as navigation menus, search boxes, tabs and widgets for digital assets.
Building and maintaining all attender facing websites for America's largest church. Leading through wins and helping provide feedback for great UX. I have re-built several of the web properties within the organization.
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