hi–andrew here.

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At my clearest, most direct, and most user-friendly.

For me, that’s what functional design needs to be: a boiling down of something into its clearest, most direct, and most user-friendly. Whether that be as sharp and information-dense as a highway map, or as sparse and intentionally-designed as a beautiful website depends on the project.

I’m focused on creating meaningful work as a UX Designer. My work is grounded in a capacity for empathy, a deep interest in how people connect, and an ongoing passion for innovation.

Work Experience


UX Designer
May 2021 — present
• Responsible for user research, information architecture, interaction and visual design, prototyping, and user testing across web and mobile products.
• Role expanded from the sole designer on AcreMaps, a new geospatial analytics tool, to collaborating with a product team of 20+ designers and developers. AcreMaps is currently in a BETA testing period, and is set to launch in 2022.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Designer, the Momentary
Nov 2019 — Apr 2021
• Promoted to the lead design role for a brand new contemporary art space.
• Worked cross-functionally to design environmental wayfinding materials and interactive digital media. Collaborated with multiple roles to drive alignment.

Jr. Designer
Sep 2018 — Nov 2019
• Assisted the Creative Director with rebranding Crystal Bridge’s website, email marketing, advertising, and print materials.
• Planned and implemented original marketing promotions and collateral for 20+ campaigns to over 600,000 visitors.


Design Intern
May 2018 — Aug 2018
• Researched and identified problems through stakeholder talks and user research.
• Collaborated alongside business partners to create ecommerce customer touchpoints including product pages and social media assets.
• Clients included The Hershey Company, Murphy USA and Kimberly-Clark.

Additionally, you can download my resume.