I've had the opportunity to work on a range of projects - here are some of my favorites:
Drunk User Testing
This event is at the crux of two things I love - feedback and community. What started as a bootstrapped event in 2015, has now grown to a community of folks who care about creating products users love. I am currently producing several Drunk User Testing events in the US - all of which see hundreds of attendees eager to give tens of companies honest feedback on their products.
The Hackening was a two-day company-wide hackathon aimed at improving the customer and employee experiences at Wistia. I spent a month prepping the team with brainstorming sessions and coaching to ensure their ideas could successfully be executed. The outcome was nothing less than incredible - the team rallied and built some amazing things (including the 360 video player and a phone booth for the Sales Team).
Pixartprinting Information Architecture
When Pixartprinting launched it's North American business in 2016, I was the second person hired on the team. I inherited an e-commerce website and marketing strategy aimed at their European customer base. In two months, I overhauled the information architecture of the .com site to match the experience our US customers wanted. I created mockups, conducted user tests and coordinated with our international product team to launch a site our users could navigate more intuitively.