I graduated from Michigan State University in 2005 with BAs in History and German. In 2009, I graduated from Wayne State University with a Masters of Library and Information Science. Since then, I have been striving to make the world a more usable place. Focusing on technology, I use many tools to make software and websites easier and more intuitive, such as usability testing, heurisitic evaulations, card-sorting, affinitity mapping, contextual inquiry, and many more. I have worked with many great teams, reaching into retail, government, financial, healthcare, and manufacturing industries.