I am a design and user experience manager at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum where I lead a team of UX designers, developers, and exhibit designers responsible for the Museum's public facing experiences.
Before joining the Museum, I was a senior interaction designer at NPR. I am the author of NPR's Guide To Hypothesis-Driven Design For Editorial Projects, which provides a detailed explanation of the approach I've used to design multiple award-winning stories.
Drawing upon my background in user experience design, journalism and front-end development, I specialize in helping organizations turn user needs and business goals into technically elegant experiences. Outside of work, I am a documentary film and music obsessed dad.
I share my thoughts about design and storytelling on Twitter.
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