Stephanie has had a wide variety of experience in the field of design: from layout for a local magazine, branding large conferences for the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, doing freelance website design and illustration, to her current position of designing captivating user interfaces for mobile and web at Cantina.
When designing, she utilizes user experience principles throughout her process to ensure that each product communicates clearly to their consumers—if it isn’t beautiful and useful, then it isn’t worth keeping. To keep her designs new and unique, she incorporates her love of hand-lettering and illustration within her work whenever possible.
Stephanie is a graduate of Kennesaw State University in Georgia, and her hobbies include fine art and aerial acrobatics at Aircraft Aerial Arts in Somerville.
Published on February 1, 2017
Grab your users by the emotions before you can reach them with facts or features. Three ways to apply neuromarketing principles to onboarding.
Published on December 30, 2015
On an enterprise project your design can unravel with each new screen - here's how to keep it. clean!
Published on June 28, 2015
I was curious to see if Design Space would have features that could lure me away from Sketch, so I gave it a try.
Published on April 23, 2015
Tier One designs are low-hanging fruit, and the designs you’re looking for are at the top of the tree.