I’m an interdisciplinary UX leader with 15+ years in nonprofit and political tech as a designer, researcher, developer, and entrepreneur.
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A few weeks ago I was laid off from the small-dollar fundraising platform ActBlue. I’d like to thank all my coworkers and my manager Mariam Khan for the many opportunities to learn and grow. Most recently a Senior User Researcher, I’m looking for UX design, UX research, or hybrid roles in civic, political, or nonprofit tech.
Having the right practices can feel like a good vacation: enough structure that you feel secure and know your options, but enough flexibility that you can be spontaneous and go with the flow.
I recently wrote a post about my struggle to describe simply an interdisciplinary, participatory design practice. I ended up with two words: deep design. In truth, deep design is just design as it should be, but the word “design” is so abused right now that it needs a modifier. Case in point…
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