I am passionate about bridging the gap between academia and industry to advocate for human-centered design practices at every stage of a system’s life cycle. To bridge this gap, I take every opportunity to give talks and workshops in the community and at conference and to work with organizations to organize outreach events. I also teach undergraduate courses at Old Dominion University.
Would you would like me to speak at your event? Do you need help organizing an outreach event? Are you interested in copies of any presentations or my teaching portfolio? Please contact me.
Recent presentations and workshops
Process vs. product: Building a UX portfolio. December 2015. Old Dominion University’s HFES student chapter, Norfolk, VA.
Task analysis: Theory and application. November 2015. Old Dominion University’s HFES student chapter, Norfolk, VA.
What developers need to know about accessibility. November 2015. Hampton Roads .NET User Group, Virginia Beach, VA.
Building a UX portfolio. November 2014. UXPA Norfolk World Usability Day, Norfolk, VA.
Why a portfolio? What you need to know as Human Factors students. February 2014. Old Dominion University’s HFES student chapter.
Rapid serial visual presentation and search task performance in a computer game. July 2013. User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA) Conference, Washington, DC.
Search task performance as a function of rapid serial visual in a computer game. May 2013. The North Carolina Cognition Conference, Raleigh, NC.
You can also find me at UXPA Norfolk’s monthly events or working with other organizations to manage events locally and at conferences. Learn more about my event management, website design, and social media volunteer experience.