About Me

I am a User Experience researcher and designer. I am enthusiastic about working with users and other stakeholders to understand and address usability issues and create digital products which are accessible and inclusive.

I am working at the STREET Lab at the University of Toronto on several projects investigating accessibility and accessible design in higher education, data science, and mobile application development. I am also working on prototyping and developing a desktop application using OpenAI Whisper to help researchers transcribe and organize interview recordings.

I have a Master of Information degree from the University of Toronto, where I completed a thesis project investigating the information architecture preferences of older adults. Before starting my graduate program, I completed my Bachelor of Commerce in Information Systems at McGill University and worked in IT support and cybersecurity.

As a designer with an IT and business background, I am particularly well equipped to liaise between design, development, and business-focused teams.



Technical Skills & Tools

Technical Skills & Tools




Adobe XD





Design Skills

Design Skills

Prototype Design

User Flow Design

Interactive Prototyping

Accessible Design

WCAG 2.1


IA Diagrams

Research Skills

Research Skills

Usability Testing

Focus Groups

Research Protocol Design

Co-Design Sessions

Survey Design

Diary Studies

Card Sorting

Tree Testing

Design Philosophy

Design Philosophy

I believe that User Experience Design and Design Thinking are tools that should be used to empower individuals and remove barriers. Designers are able to make the largest impact by designing for inclusion. If a wide range of people feel comfortable using an app, website, or other product, they are likely to continue using it, which benefits the user and the makers of the product.