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New Portfolio Entry: Echo Look

I am beyond delighted to formally share here that my “secret” Amazon project has finally been announced to the public and is making it into people’s homes. In 2014, I was hired into Amazon as employee #3 on the Echo Look project. The Echo Look is a first-of-its-kind home photography device that allows customers to document their wardrobes and obtain real-time feedback from stylists from the comfort of their homes. The Echo Look is also fully Alexa enabled – meaning not only hands-free operation of the fashion photography features, but access to everything else Alexa can do. As the first…

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Plus Ca Change: A Career Announcement

My ability to acquire an augmented reality Pikachu is not the only reason July 2016 is a momentous month for me. Today marks my final day in just under 2 years at Amazon. I am genuinely grateful for the opportunity to work on so many historic projects – almost all of which remain unannounced, but most of which will eventually see the light of day. Thank you to everyone who I had the chance to collaborate with on this journey. I will, of course, point out what features and products I worked on as they launch. As job changes are…

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Half the Blank Page

In September 2014, I left Microsoft to join a new product team at Amazon. The project itself is still classified, but it’s a v1 technology product, which means we’re starting from scratch. An exciting opportunity, but it changes the way one has to approach the role of user experience. Instead of researching existing products and wireframing, the conversations really need to focus on context of use, user habits, and information architecture. Early on, it became clear that I’d be spending a lot of time sketching – too early for digital work, especially since digital work ends up being critiqued for…

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