I’m Hannah. I am a UX researcher based in Boston.
I work on various UX projects, researching how users understand the internet, content, visual patterns, etc. I’m interested in patterns, visual grammar, and how to build machines to better match the brain. If you can ask someone 85 questions about why they do something a certain way-that ravenous, auto curiosity is my m.o.
I like to make things and the idea of making things!
It’s important to be busy and make art. I am an armchair neuroscientist, wannabe robotics researcher, seamstress, and paper crafter. Currently, I study information systems and cognitive engineering at Harvard and am working on my very basic Arabic, Farsi, French, and Spanish…I consider Chicago, New Orleans, and Boston home.
Thanks for visiting my research-process blog.
I also Tweet, Tumblr, and Pinterest…gimme a holla sometime 🙂