Alloy Health is a passion project that I started in 2017. The EMR has not changed much since the 1990s and is in need of an update. Many regulatory and clinical requirements mean that many EHRs are a mess of dialogs, menus, pages, and sub-pages. I have spent my time interviewing physicians, researching regulatory requirements, and learning as much as I can about the medical industry.
I joined the Census team in November of 2021 as their first product designer. My main focus has been to create a new design system that can serve the increasingly complex needs of our customers and users. In addition, I have incrementally re-designed each part of the product to be more refined, easier to understand, and faster to use.
For Circa Lighting, I designed a unique interface to complement the 98" and 55" devices that Circa uses to show off their products. I designed an interface that seamlessly adapts to mouse input as well as touch input. I leaned on eCommerce UX best practices to aid in designing the flow, information architecture, and interactions.
At Census, we wanted to build a tool that would enable data teams define their most trusted data (entities) and map the relationships between those entities. This way they can empower their business teams to take meaningful action with that data by segmenting or syncing it to critical business tools. I worked on the first entity library to use a canvas system to empower these teams to accelerate data activation in their organizations.
As Lead Designer at Gauge, I worked with the Moscot team to design their B2B portal for the European market. Relying on eCommerce UX best practices from Nielsen Norman Group and Barna, I designed the site structure and content structure to help the Moscot team make it easy for retailers to order supplies.
I also worked with the Moscot team to refine the look and feel of their brand so the website communicated their brand ideals appropriately.