I have more than 15 years of web experience from content management, content creation, to analytics and design.
I keep on top of web accessibility and usability issues by reading loads of blogs, newsletters and listservs and by perusing other design sites. I’m familiar with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
I’ve worked in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. I have recently worked as: a UX/Design Lead and User Experience (UX) Requirements Specialist at Camis Inc.; a UX Designer and Researcher through a school internship; and, I have also worked on a part-time contract with the Cabinet Office for the Government of Ontario (view my portfolio). I am currently managing freelance projects.
I have completed my Master of Design in Inclusive Design degree at OCAD University (2014). The focus of my major research project was “Creating an Inclusive Web Framework: Moving towards accessible and usable web design.”
View some of my work in my portfolio.
I love beautiful design, keeping up to date with style and development blogs, admiring lovely fonts and I’m always up for a good laugh.
“Good design, when done well, should be invisible.”