I'm a strategic product designer & skilled facilitator
where i've been
Head of Product
Theory & Principle
Curiosity Breeds Innovation
A life without curiosity is one that perpetually accepts the status quo and its inherent struggles. Curiosity leads to questions, which leads to the identification of problems and the incubation of potential solutions.
It is important to have a healthy detachment from your own designs. Feedback, from a variety of sources, is sought often and considered with curiosity.
Learn By Doing
My favorite way to learn how people think is by witnessing their actions in context. Iterative product development allows us to adjust based on people’s actions rather than relying on assumptions.
Perfection Is Expensive
In every decision we make, we weigh opportunity costs. Perfection is costly in time, money, and other resources. There are times when perfection pays off, but many others where a light product provides the same value at a lower cost.
Human Well-being > GDP
I care about re-ordering the priorities of our capitalist system to incentivize the betterment of human life over the expansion of production. I am interested in dismantling systems of oppression that currently govern our lives.