I’m a product designer / manager / researcher with a specialization in health and medicine.
Product design lead.
Search, Public Data Explorer, Translated Search, Health Search, Suggest, SideWiki, Dashboard, internal tools, design training for engineering and product management.
Flu Trends, Flu Vaccine Finder, climate information.
Billings, Daylite, branding, instructional product design.
Keypad usability, internship.
Human interface guidelines, internship.
Mentors and collaborators
I am indebted to those from whom I've learned so much in my career so far, whose confidence, patience, and mentorship have helped me grow. Some of those people are named below.
Amanda Angelotti, Thomas Goetz, and Matt Mohebbi.
Google Flu Trends and health projects.
Too many people to list, but I'm especially indebted to the experience of working with such talented folks as Corrie Conrad, Jeremy Ginsberg, Jennifer Haroon, Matt Mohebbi, Joanne Peter, Greg Slovacek, Dan Vanderkam, and the redoubtable Roni Zeiger. Also Taha Kass-Hout.
Climate information projects.
Especially Amy Luers, Aaron Brown, Lacy Caruthers, Michal Cierniak, Donn Denman, the Climate Systems Analysis Group at the University of Cape Town, the Global Landscapes Initiative at the University of Minnesota, and the Earth Institute at Columbia University.
Special thanks is owed to my partner in crime, Carla Bromberg. Also Christopher Calo, KeeKim Heng, and Evan Jernagan.
Search and other Google projects.
Too many to list, again, but I'm especially grateful for support and mentorship from Irene Au, Other Hansson, Peter Jin Hong, Ario Jafarzadeh, Ola Rosling, Nadav Savio, and Margaret Stewart.
Thanks to AJ, Michael Clark, Aly Daya, Ali Lalani, and Eric Hochmeister for taking me under their wings.
John Geleynse, Bodhi Gerfen, Lissy Abraham, technical publications editorial staff, and Mac OS human interface teams.
University of Waterloo
I've been fortunate to have the continued support of this unique faculty, especially from Susan Gow. My advisors Anne Dagg, Mike Elmitt, and recently, Ted McGee helped me navigate unfamiliar territory.
Emily Carr University
John, Kelly, Phil, and Paul changed the way I look at the world.