Founder in Toronto
Founder and CEO at Aide. Creating tools and interfaces that inform and augment humans.
Automating customer support at scale.
Led product direction through research, experimentation, and design from the ground-up alongside the CEO and CTO of the company. Designed app flows, prototypes, and interfaces.
Worked for startups, agencies, non-profits, and corporations, including the United Nations. Some domains I’ve worked in include AI, healthcare, education, statistics, and border control.
First UX and usability lab in the region, led user research and interviews, optimized UX flows, and created wireframes and prototypes based on gathered intel.
Collaborated with the OICT to design an application interface for analysts and member states to monitor borders and counter-terrorism.
API for developers — #4 Product Hunt product of the day, active and profitable.
Curated, designed, and built #1 directory for startup visas and immigrant founders.
Worked with the Open Library team and other volunteers to conceptualize and create a new interface for exploring books.
Information and Communication Technology. Dropped out.
Gave a talk to up-and-coming designers on how to be maximally effective in what they choose to work on and objectively design user experiences.
Applications vary but modes of interaction with data across them hold. We must decouple data from interfaces to minimize re-invention of standard UIs.
On the practical limitations of human ability to create what the mind can imagine.