I have enjoyed teaching across a range of departments, including Human-Computer Interaction Design, Communication and Culture, and Design. I approach all of my classes from an interdisciplinary perspective, and I like bringing ideas from different fields into conversation with one another.   


COURSES

Associate Instructor, Indiana University, School of Informatics & Computing (2014 - Present)
     I-604 Design Theory, Fall 2017
     I-694 HCI Thesis Project/Capstone, Spring 2017
     I-542 Foundations of Human Computer Interaction, Fall 2016
     I-544 Experience Design, Spring 2016
     I-542 Foundations of Human Computer Interaction, Fall 2015
     I-202 Social Informatics, Spring 2015
     I-542 Foundations of Human Computer Interaction, Fall 2014        

Associate Instructor, Indiana University, College of Arts and Sciences (2013-2014)
     P-155 Public Oral Communication, Communication and Culture Department

Research Assistant, University of San Francisco (2009-2011)
     with D.A. Powell, English Department        

Research Assistant, University of San Francisco (2009-2011)
     with Susan Steinberg, English Department        

Teaching Assistant, University of San Francisco (Fall 2010)
     E-440 Literature and the Environment, English Department    

 

SKILLS

Design: Affinity Diagrams, Color Theory, Communication and Visual Design, Cultural Probes, Data Visualization, Design History, Ideation, Information Architecture/Wireframing, Participatory Design, Personas, Photography, Prototyping, Scenarios, Typography, User-Centered Design

Research: Artifact Analysis, Contextual Inquiry, Diary Studies, Discourse Analysis, Ethnography, Focus Groups, Heuristic Analysis, Interviews, Storytelling, Survey Design & Data Analysis, Usability Testing

Tools: Axure, Illustrator, InDesign, InVision, Keynote, Photoshop, Basic HTML/CSS

Also: Print Production/Screen Printing, Quilting, Sewing, Textiles