I’m a software designer and developer who thinks we deserve better from our computers. I
strive to build systems that respect human attention and agency, and that make computing
more useable for everybody.
I currently work at Apple, helping to assess the potential of novel input technologies and interaction models. I come up with ideas for new user interfaces and develop interactive prototypes to try them out. Throughout the design process, I evaluate my work against high standards for ease of use, logical consistency, and accessibility.
I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May 2016, with a Bachelor of Arts in cognitive science and a Bachelor of Applied Science in computer and information science. At Penn, I served as head teaching assistant for CIS 120, a rigorous introduction to functional programming and program design. I also helped found Hack4Impact, a student group and 501(c)(3) that designs and builds software for nonprofit organizations.
You can get in touch with me by email or on Twitter. If you’d like, you can also download a copy of my résumé, or check out some of my software projects on GitHub.