I'm a Lead Product Designer at Salesforce in San Francisco, CA that delivers user-centered, data-driven, beautiful software that users love.
This is some of my most recent work.
Search in Lightning adapts to how you use Salesforce, searches across apps, and intelligently organizes your results to help you quickly find what you're looking for.
The Signal desktop app allows users to securely chat on a desktop computer with the Signal contacts on their phone. Signal is developed by Open Whisper Systems and offers privacy and security through encrypted texting, video and phone calls.
When we launched Lightning we knew that first impressions mattered. The new login page is fully accessible, more aligned with our product than ever before, and has a flexible messaging framework for communicating with our customers.
Pre-filtering allows a user to set specific criteria for their search in advanced so that their results are more refined, allowing customers to help their customers faster and with more precision.
Salesforce Authenticator makes it easy to use two-factor authentication for all of your accounts. Approve your login with the push of a button instead of entering a one-time code, and do it all from your phone or your watch!
The App Launcher quickly connects users to the apps they need to get work done.
Zinio makes global journalism accessible to everyone with an internet connection. I was their mobile designer and worked on smartphone and tablet apps for iOS, Android, Windows and RIM.
Thanks for stopping by. I’m the Lead Product Designer on the Platform Search team at Salesforce working on the search experience across web and mobile products including Lightning, Salesforce1, Service Cloud Console and Communities. I successfully partner with cross-team product managers, designers and engineers to deliver products, features and systems that solve user needs and support business goals. I help to ensure quality and consistency by delivering user-centered, research-driven design that scales to meet the needs of users around the world.
I became excited about design when I saw the emotional response good (and bad) design creates — from fine are to software. This fueled my desire to help people in any way that I can, which was one of the things that led me to enlisting in the Marines Corps after high school. It was my knowledge of Photoshop opened up opportunities to me that wouldn't have been available otherwise. I designed insignias, challenge coins and internal websites. After being honorably discharged from the service I attended Virginia Tech where I studied Visual Communication Design. My first job was at a web & mobile design agency, and a couple of years later I moved to California where I now work at Salesforce in San Francisco.
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