I provide meaningful, enjoyable experiences for others through research, design, and testing as a UX designer.
The Essence app helps women tap into their greatest strengths and manage their weaknesses throughout the hormonal changes from month to month.
In this children’s reading app, I refined the navigation according to parent priorities.
I worked to align the number of users who want to attend an event with the actual number who attend.
“Sadie is always willing to actively participate with the team. Her work ethic, commitment to success, and support of vision would make her an asset to any company.”
“Sadie has an innate ability to connect with people and truly hear what they are saying. She takes time to understand what her clients’ visions are; she then communicates openly with them in order to produce the quality materials that they desire. I was pleased with how Sadie took time to interact with me personally. She goes above and beyond to create stylish designs.”
“Sadie learns and grows and helps whenever and wherever she can….She is able to see where a student is struggling and put [the problem] into terms that the student can understand.
“Because of her commitment to education, her love of ideas, her talent to approach challenges from a perspective that was both engaging and insightful, I never felt like I was training…For anyone looking for someone to work with who will contribute greatly to whatever the project may be, I recommend Sadie without hesitation.”
“She is able to quickly assess the needs of the students and provide the support needed…Sadie is able. tofind solutions to issues, most of the time without much direction.”
“She was one of the most detail-oriented and organized people I’ve ever worked with…She always understands users with empathy and sees the problem from their perspective.”
“Sadie will be a superstar in the field of user research and user experience design. She is one of the most personable, empathetic and methodical individuals I have had the pleasure of working with. She truly cares about users, and it shows in her end-products.”