I’m a user experience designer and a self-taught front-end web developer. I’ve taken graduate classes in information architecture, project management, and UX design. I’m good at working with diverse groups of people to execute complex projects at scale. This page has links to some of the recent projects I’ve done that I can talk about!
I work for Amazon’s Advertising Experience & Technology group, making our ad business more interesting and better for customers. Some of my projects at Amazon include:Ad Landing Pages
An internal tool for Amazon designers to make landing pages without writing any code. Advertise Your App
Do-it-yourself ad campaigns for app developers. Featured in TechCrunch! Amazon Mobile ad placements
Helping to scale a worldwide ads business as our customers migrate to mobile shopping. Mobile Add to Cart ad format
A new eCommerce-enabled ad format, unique to Amazon. Mobile interstitial ad format
Iterative design and development of a full screen ad format for third-party apps. Fit ratings (internship project)
A detail page feature that helps you pick the right size for clothes. This section doesn’t include in-progress or unreleased projects.
Older projectsHaas School of Business
My first job was as a front-end web developer, coding for UC Berkeley’s world-renowned business school. “A Man in Time of War”: How Colonial Boys became American Men, 1765–1775
I self-published my undergraduate history thesis on Amazon’s Kindle store in 2011. American Orpheus: The Life & Work of Bob Dylan
In my final year at Berkeley, I taught a class about Bob Dylan in the English department.
Essays & articles
Some of the stuff I wrote in my college career, in PDF format: essays & articles