Design has the power to exact change. It alters the way we interact with each other and the way we interact with the world. I approach design from a holistic viewpoint. I consider all aspects of the product, from its form and function to its social context and implementation. I use this as the catalyst to design meaningful forms, which blend these crucial elements. I find combining the quantifying aspects of research with the less tangible qualifying aspects of design to be very gratifying.
Great design creates the perfect balance of function and beauty. The aesthetics of a form should express its function and the method of function should enhance its beauty. It is this combination of desirable aesthetics and intuitive ease of use that makes one product more sought after than another. I aspire to develop products, which reflect these ideals.
I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a double major in Industrial Design and Human-Computer Interaction and am currently working at Microsoft as a UX Designer for Windows Experience Design & Research.
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