Experienced product design (UX/UI) manager who has led numerous successful consumer apps, eCommerce platforms, SaaS products, and analytics and management consultant tools to market - with proven business results.


Nov 2018 - Present

Lead Product Designer


Manage the UX/UI team for the Kincentric employee engagement platform, with +$75 million in revenue YoY and more than 12 products in 50+ countries. Guide long-term strategic decisions for the products, features and the overall user experience of the platform.

Mar 2017 - Nov 2018

Senior Product Designer


Worked on the design and user testing efforts of various Kincentric properties, including the main dashboard pages, survey reporting setup, and email monitoring application.

June 2015 - October 2016

Associate Creative Director - UX/UI

Best Buy - eCommerce Experience Team

Managed the UX/UI team that deployed all the Home Business Group sales pages and custom eCommerce experiences. These pages delivered 20% YoY increases in sales, to +$500 million a year.

July 2014 - June 2015

Senior Designer - UX/UI

Best Buy - eCommerce Experience Team

Worked on various new and existing Best Buy products including the re-launch of the wedding registry, the camera picker app, the wireless carrier app, re-launch of the corporate credit card site, sale page redesigns, and more.

Jan 2009 - July 2014

Freelance UX/UI Designer


Partnered with numerous businesses to solve user and business problems. Worked on UX research and UX design efforts for Toyota, iShares, Lake Tahoe Tourism, Samsung, G1G, Sprint and many other businesses.

What I Do For Fun

Writing Code

It's not just a bullet point on my resume. I know code. Learning new languages, patterns, and ideas...to see an idea come to life. This is what I love.

Baking Homemade Pizza

I've been making my own homemade pizza, and a mess in the kitchen, for years. Through trial and error, I like to think my homemade pizza crust is pretty darn good.

Building Legos with My Son

Me and my son Stew, we love the legos. He's very particular about the things we make, constantly saying "No. No. No." when Daddy puts a lego in the wrong place.