Current Role at Stanford
As a senior UI/UX designer and information architect with Lane Medical Library, I design and develop UI, information architecture, and new features for the Lane main website (http://lane.stanford.edu).
I oversee a number of projects related to the main Lane site as well as a number of subsites, lead our website updates, and also advise library staff on best user practices. As part of managing these projects, I work with a range of Lane staff members, assigning resources, developing work structures, tracking completion, and handling exceptions and obstacles as quickly as possible.
I am responsible for various library print publications from liaisons' handouts to oversized posters and Lane exhibits. I work closely with Lane and IRT staff and help maintain School of Medicine and Stanford University brand standards.
Honors & Awards
Best Poster in "Great Ideas for Teaching" - design, art direction and poster production, Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) Regional Meeting (Spring 2010)
Not a Cough in a Carload online exhibit is named Digital Library of the Week, American Library Association (October 2008)
Editor's choice - received for a landscape photo "Lost in Andes", National Association for Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) (January 2008)
"One-time Promotional Materials" 2nd place - Lane Library Centennial Brochure, MLA conference (May 2006)
"Gold Award" - design and art direction of a promotional brochure for an architectural firm, Printing Industries of Northern California (PINC) (2004)
Service, Volunteer and Community Work
Informal Team Photographer Blackhawks and California Cougars Hockey Clubs, Cougars Hockey Club (8/15/2011)
Freelance Photo and Videoographer (8/15/2011)
The Shadhika Foundation Newsletter Designer, The Shadhika Foundation (1/1/2008 - 3/31/2011)
Photography, child psychology, outdoor activities, travel