Product Designer

Hi, I’m Scott. For 10+ years, I’ve worked as a UX/UI designer and problem-solver in New York City. Over the years, I’ve found that communication and asking the right people the right questions to gather key insights is what drives innovative solutions. I’m passionate about the decision-making process, and the key attributes that pave the way towards it. I work with my clients and company stakeholders to help them make better design-decisions, fostering engagement and loyalty through the power of the Design Thinking Process. No two brands are alike, that’s why I work hard to understand you and your unique business goals before going any further. Once I know where you are, and where you need to be, we can work together to pave the way forward

Satisfying your business objectives to a T!

Two Heads Are Better Than One

I believe that there are two secrets to the success of any project – collaboration and communication. The most innovative products are rooted in teamwork, that is why I care about utilizing the right tools and employing the best practices to shape a safe, creative space for ideas to bloom. UX goes beyond product design and implementation. It’s an invaluable business tool that you can use to connect with your users better and create a more memorable experience for all. Together, we can create the intuitive and seamless experience that is in-demand in today’s digital world.

Sometimes things get away from you

Good design is about finding the right solutions together. Determining the experience and applying the right visual treatment.

More About Me

When I’m not working, I love writing and performing music, I got my start designing flyers for underground shows and love designing anything music related. I try to combine my love for music and design any chance I get working on gig posters, album art, or designing video content. Yes – I wear many creative hats.

Creative Direction

For 10+ years, I’ve been delivering stunning creative assets and collateral that perfectly captures the brand’s message. Most of my roles have been UX/UI/Product Design. But I got my start doing graphic design and will take it on any chance I get because I still love doing it.