Teaching

Sharing knowledge to encourage collaboration and innovation.

subjects

UX Research & Design

Agile Methodology

Creativity & Ideation

Corporate Training

 

Boeing (STL and Remote)

Digital Transformation Environment (DTE) Advisor, Agile Principles, User Centered Design Principles, Personas, Active Listening, Interviewing Users, Usability Testing, Remote Team Building, Design Studio Workshop

 

Maryville University (STL)

Agile Principles, User Centered Design Principles, User Research, Prioritization Methods, Journey Mapping Workshop, Design Studio Workshop

 

The MathWorks (Boston)

Agile Research and Functional Design Principles, User Centered Design Principles, User Research, Prioritization Methods, Journey Mapping Workshop, Design Studio Workshop

undergraduate & graduate courses

Northeastern University (Boston)

DGM 6145 – Information Technology and the Creative Practice

Explores interdisciplinary methodologies that promote creativity and stimulate innovative thinking. Information technology (IT) has formed a powerful alliance with art and design to establish the existing new domain of information technology and creative practices (ITCP). The result is an astonishing variety of significant cultural and economic forms ranging from innovative product designs to interactive art installations. Uses case studies and emphasizes the design, planning, and implementation of innovative prototypes.

 

Maryville University (STL)

ISYS 120 – Storyboarding Apps

Storyboarding is a visual way of designing, and testing, an application’s user interface prior to any development activities. This course introduces storyboarding while simultaneously teaching fundamental app development concepts, such as programming, and tying them together into small applications. Students will work on project teams to iteratively design an application while gaining experience using industry standard tools for designing app user interfaces and building real applications.

 

Fisher College (Boston)

CS234 – Website Design and Development

This course covers topics on HTML, web forms, scripting, graphic-user interface design, and various file graphic formats for the web. Students will develop a professional website and publish their project on the internet. Website security, site analysis, version control, document validation, and page analysis are also covered.

CS115 – Introduction to Adobe Photoshop 

This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop. Students will explore the usage of the software to manipulate and expand photographic expression. Students will develop technical skills relative to pixel-based software usage and image editing and will be required to produce high-quality prints for projects and assignments.