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Hey.

I'm Eric.

I'm a product designer in New York City who cares deeply about social impact.

Work

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WeWork Event Tools

I designed a suite of tools that empower community teams to provide better hospitality experiences for WeWork members.
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OnSite View

I designed OnSiteIQ's construction documentation platform, enabling users to explore 360-degree imagery to monitor building progress, pinpoint safety issues, and collaborate with teammates.
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Olo Responsive Redesign

I redesigned Olo’s white-labeled ordering sites to help millions of hungry customers order food from their favorite restaurant brands quickly and easily.
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Thread Web App

I designed Thread Learning's web app, which offers features for therapists teaching autistic children and their supervisors managing a school or clinic.
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Me

I began my career as a journalist, writing about technology and media for Digiday, VentureBeat, Wired, and others. Those writing, reporting, and analytical skills proved critical as I launched my product design career in 2015.

Since then, I've worked with talented people at ventures including WeWork, OnSiteIQ, Thread Learning, Olo, and Edquity. I've learned so much along the way, from the value of an equity-centered design process to the beauty of an 8-point grid. I'm currently making mortgages work better at Better.com.

When I'm not looking at screens, I spend a lot of my time rock climbing and playing board games.

Want to work together?

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