Co-founder and Designer in Australia, She/her
I’m a generalist with over 16 years of experience designing and building for the web. I’ve always been an active participant in the community: I organised over 15 industry-leading conferences, advised and spoken at dozens, pushing for more inclusive communities.
Now, I’m running a self-funded and profitable company, Calibre, where I lead design, product and communications. While doing so, I’m also consciously striving to foster a better, more sustainable way to work. ✨
Each month, I write a summary of new features, product improvements and upcoming releases in Calibre.
Every two weeks, I send a newsletter with web performance and user experience news, tools, case studies resources.
Often it’s not easy to find which areas of your sites and applications need page speed improvements. I designed the Pages Leaderboard to make it easy to uncover both fast and poor performing pages.
Because Calibre is a tool for teams and collaboration across the entire organisation is critical for succeeding in improving page speed and UX, we built Teams. With Teams, you can view, share and set up reporting in a way that works best for your company.
Because understanding your speed (and its impact on UX) isn’t easy or accessible, I designed a simple, shareable report so builders and site owners can check if they pass Core Web Vitals page speed benchmarks.
Fluctuation in measurements is inevitable in web performance. I designed Budgets to help set meaningful goals based on recommended thresholds and alerting, so teams can address regressions as they happen and celebrate wins.
I co-curated the JSConf EU programme and advised on inclusion policies for the event.
As a part of a bigger web development-oriented event, I ran a one-day conference for designers and front-end developers in Oakland, CA.