Professional background: Senior UX Designer at NAB
I love UX design. I am able to leverage my 15+ years of experience working in design to create user-centred solutions from conception through to realisation. My natural leadership skills facilitate an agile approach to problem solving in complex environments, exploring née technology as well as managing multiple, concurrent projects. I’m comfortable working with all kinds of stakeholders, from developers to other designers. I have naturally progressed into UX design to create experiences that align with customer behaviour and preferences, as well as crafting a clear vision of the big picture while being mindful of the details – executing, organising projects and people with excellent follow-through.
What’s your motivation for becoming a DiR?
Becoming a mentor will not only help me with leadership skills but help shape the leaders of tomorrow.
What are your hobbies and interests?
I love to travel, I love Melbourne coffee (boy do I miss it when I travel). I love creative pursuits like music, photography, painting, ceramics and I love the sun and the sea. Give me all of these and I’m one happy girl.
What is one book you’d recommend to read or watch?
What got you here won’t get you there by Marshall Goldsmith.