Hi! My name is Danielle. I'm an avid fantasy reader, a mountain climber, and deplorable banjo player. I care a lot about my dog Arlo, going to music festivals, and working towards something greater than myself. I'm a type 5 ennegram (if you're into that sort of thing), and really love figuring out how and why things work - which is why I became a designer. My process is holistic, principled, and - most importantly - open minded. Although I can talk your ear off about the importance of good UX design, I also enjoy practicing meditation, visiting art museums, and running very slowly.

I attended Anderson University to study psychology, worked for several years in a variety of nonprofits, and have since found my happy place in the tech industry. As a UI/UX designer, I have been responsible for creating end-to-end experiences for arts organizations, mental health services, and NGOs around the world.

I transitioned into UX design because I loved the intersection of research, design, and psychology. My goal is to always be learning from those around me to create products and experiences that are useful, innovative, and empowering.

Skills

Creative Tools

Webflow / Sketch / Figma / Adobe Creative Suite

Data Analysis

Google Analytics / Google Tag Manager / Tableau

Development

HTML / CSS / JavaScript / Python / Raspberry Pi

Methodologies

Design Thinking / First Principles / Systems Thinking