About

(though I think those two are actually two ways of saying the same thing)

I’m currently finishing up my term at 18F where I’m acting UX Supervisor for a team brilliant designers. I’ve gotten the amazing privilege to work with some amazing folks, on some really interesting projects. Too many to do justice to here, but I’ll mention a few: I led UX design on the Federal Election Commissions relaunch, helped advise the Obama Administration’s Office of Science and Technology along with NASA and NOAA on ways to make government climate change data more accessible and easy to use. I also helped found the Method Cards, and the UX Research Guild (a community of individuals attempting to grow their UX and research practices. Underpinning all these projects was a similar aim: to help increase the number people in government who understand the importance of being human-centered and have the tools to be so.

While I’ll miss the work and colleagues at 18F, I’m excited to explore new opportunities this fall (2018). I’m open to both short term contract work and full-time senior/lead UX and service design positions.

 

Hi there. Jeremy here.

 
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I’m a designer and problem solver.

(though I think those two are actually two ways of saying the same thing)

 

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A little about me

I’ve just finished up my term at 18F where I was a service designer and acting UX Supervisor for a team of brilliant designers. I’ve gotten the privilege to work with some amazing folks, on some really interesting projects, and have learned a lot from them.

Too many projects to do justice to here, but to mention a few: I led UX design on the Federal Election Commissions relaunch, helped advise the Obama Administration’s Office of Science and Technology Policy along with NASA and NOAA on ways to make government climate change data more accessible and easy to use. I also helped found and grow a guild devoted to helping improve user research practices in government – one of our projects were the design method cards that helped translate and popularize design practices in the federal government.

While I’ll miss the work and colleagues at 18F, I’m excited to explore new opportunities this fall (2018). I’m open to both short term contract work and full-time senior/lead UX and service design positions.