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.