Thank you for stopping by to check out my work at Ford. Unfortunately, due to the privacy and continuation of the work I am doing, there isn't much I can show.

However, I am happy to share that I have worked on two very different projects and the second is currently ongoing with the City Solutions team and more specifically the City:One Challenges. My work with City:One has been live for a while so feel free to check out the Challenge site that I have been working on over at www.cityonechallenge.com. Alongside that work, I collaborated on the ideation and design of an app called CitySoul that seeks to inform and engage participants in exercises around mobility in their community. That is available on both iOS and Android, so if you're interested in thinking and learning about mobility, check it out!

Regarding the work I have done on the City:One Challenge site. I have been working with the OpenIdeo platform to help curate experiences with the site through their WYSIWYG input and HTML/CSS in certain places to enhance the user flow throughout the site. This work, alongside analytics and platform management within the forums has been a core aspect of my role over the past six months.

Within the CitySoul App team, I collaborated with another designer and the product owners to conceptualize and design the core of the app. Now that the second designer has rolled off the project, I have been collaborating with the development and product management teams to design and align features with feasibility requirements and product ownership goals.

Finally, those experiences are rounded by my work with the City:One team as a researcher. I have been working alongside three others as we help identify research needs and implement a wide variety of methods to gather data and synthesize insights to be delivered to the cities we are working with. This work has given me the opportunity to think beyond the screens and interact directly with users to ask what their city could benefit from using a variety of ethnographic and narrative research.

If you have any further questions about my work with Ford, please feel free to reach out!
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