Andy is a User Experience Designer in JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Global Technology department. He supports Cybersecurity and Technology Control Products. Over the past 8 years he has worked for the firm’s Corporate and Investment Bank and the Corporate Line of Business in creative roles. He has a passion for Interaction Design, User Experience Research, and Web Development.
A former US Army Captain, Andy served in the Infantry for seven years. He was assigned to a variety of positions including platoon leader, civil military officer, operations officer, and liaison officer. Andy served in a one year-long assignment to Korea and two deployments to Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Andy is a life-long student. He completed a Bachelors of Science at Tulane University studying business management and fine art. He is a graduate of the Maneuver Captain’s Career Course among other military training. He holds an Associates Degree in Web Design and Interactive Media from the Art Institute of New York City. He has also completed continuing education courses at the School of Visual Arts studying Interaction Design and Information Design.
For a detailed list of activities see Andy’s Curriculum Vitae
User Research, Usability Testing, Interaction Design, Prototyping, Workshop Facilitation, Project Management, Web Development, Leadership, and Survival…
Optimal Workshop, User Zoom, Lookback, Sketch, InVision, Figma, Visual Studio Code, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, Keynote, JIRA, Trello…
- I prefer to blog right here on my own site because I believe in owning your own content
- I use Twitter as my source of news and it is a good place for direct messages
- Linkedin is my preferred channel to receive messages from people I don’t know
- I have a public Instagram account to stay connected with friends
- I use Telegram to message with anyone who also has telegram.
- I stay active on GitHub because I think someone will look at my profile and be impressed
- I post stuff to Codepen because I like to make things on the web in my spare Tim