I help people use digital technologies and effective communication practices to improve their communities and organizations. This includes performing UX research–or research on the experiences users have with websites and other online applications, teaching marketable and useful skill sets that help people launch careers within an increasingly knowledge-based economy, and working as a technical communicator, grant writer, and consultant. I firmly believe that all citizens deserve access to the most effective means of communication for carrying out their professional and personal goals.
What I Can Do for You
Depending on who you are and why you are visiting my site, you might be interested in a few different sections of it:
- If you are looking for help using digital technologies in a more efficient, engaging, and effective manner, please visit my consulting page for services I offer on a sliding scale and/or contact me for a free initial consultation. I respond to all queries within one business day.
- If you are a fellow researcher and/or educator, you might be interested in my research and teaching pages, which contain many samples of this work. If you are interested in service-learning resources, check out my page for that, which contains my personal approach to service-learning, as well as example assignments and support materials. Please feel free to use anything I have posted to these pages within the terms of the Creative Commons License for this entire site.
- If you work for a non-profit, business, or community-based organization and are interested in a potential service-learning partnership, you might want to take a look at my example student work page to get a sense of the types of deliverables students in my classes create, and then contact me to discuss a potential partnership.