As a creative, your canvas is limitless. Whether that's providing solutions for the community you serve, designing applications for clients, or bringing your designs to life with a few lines of code, you are a creative. From one creative to another, welcome to my space!
A Product Designer who finds joy in creating with a deliberate and curious mindset. Currently, I'm pushing all the pixels around at Heroku (Salesforce). When I'm not analyzing my design decisions, I'm creating content for my design Facebook group Black Women in UX Design, YouTube, and Twitch. Don't worry, I take breaks from this design life to focus on traveling, painting, and enjoying culture.
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Writing has become an accountability partner for me. If I can write or teach about a topic, then I can probably say I know the topic. Also, sharing valuable content can totally help another person on their tech journey.
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The gap between engineering and design is such a place of comfort for me. Growing my knowledge around making scalable re-usable yet accessible components is my current focus.
After transitioning from a Senior Product Designer, I took on a new role: Front-end Engineer at the end of 2019. Learning during a pandemic is extremely difficult so during this conference I will talk about how it "really" went down.
Pushing out video content is extremely fun. Although it takes a lot of prep time, I do enjoy sharing my knowledge. From my video podcast to tutorials, I love helping others learn about design and engineering.