Design isn’t about design. It’s about the experience.

I examine the interplay between contexts, people, and design, people at an experiential level. Through getting to know people groups via fieldwork and facilitating co-creation of design interventions, my work benefits communities while producing a clearer understanding of how people construct meaning by studying the solutions they create.

My Work: Three Experience-Centered Areas

Interpreting Experience Design Scenes

What real and perceived aspects of an experience matter when people use design? What aspects are too easily ignored?

Interpreting Experience Design Scenes

Developing Experience Designers

Experience design education goes beyond making design. It involves developing the whole person—a designer who speaks the language of holistic experiences.

Developing Experience Designers

Advancing People-Driven Design

When people have agency in the creation of design, outcomes are more relevant and meaningful.

Advancing People-Driven Design
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