Innately interested in how people interact both between themselves and with software, I've been involved in the user experience design world for almost 10 years.
Coming from a software engineering background has given me the ability to empathize with the developers on my team and informs my design decisions.
Whether volunteering my time reviewing conference submissions or heading up local UX groups, community has always been an important part of the work I do.
Andrew took on a variety of responsibilities at Society of Grownups–in true startup fashion. He not only supported and onboarded the technology team, but was instrumental in the launch of societyofgrownups.com. Andrew then moved into a bigger leadership role where he built the processes to attract, retain, and grow talent as the company expanded from 5 to 55 employees. Andrew's attitude is exemplary and his level of drive, grit, and initiative is truly incredible. Whether it was leading by example, analyzing and driving the metrics on employee satisfaction, Andrew is truly dedicated and gifted.Nondini Naqui, CEO & President, Society of Grownups
Andrew is that rare colleague who combines whip-smart intelligence and deep compassion in his approach. As such, he's always seeking to improve and perfect experiences, be it the team working environment, customer interactions, and/or products overall. His optimistic attitude, coupled with a no-nonsense critical sensibility, make him an insightful collaborator and a great asset to any team.Sarah Pascarella, Head of Digital Content, Society of Grownups
Powerful real-time application analytics to grow user engagement, improve user experience, and navigate product growth.
A mobile website used by employees at Society of Grownups to manage interactions with customers.
The Webby Awards-winning website used by Society of Grownups customers to understand their financial goals.
Helping developers more thoroughly understand using documentation and knowledgebases for Telerik frameworks.
Tired of arriving at Chipotle only to see that a few others from your team are already there eating? We built an app for that.
Survey of users to understand the features they were using in JustCode followed by a remote usability study to dive deeper.
Registering for academic courses can be difficult. We created a more usable design that would allow for simpler registration.
Malls usually have good signage to point you in the right direction. But websites? Probably a different story.
Improving the process of purchasing groceries online at Local Yokel Foods through paper prototyping.
Using an eye tracker, my team found areas of concern in the Young Professionals of Akron website, which I then redesigned.
In partnership with John Buckman, founder of BookMooch, my team surveyed users to help understand their social media habits.