I am an experienced UX designer. I have a Master's degree in Human-Computer Interaction from DePaul University in Chicago. I am fluent in the following areas:
Driven by my father's overwhelming frustration when trying to set his VCR timer, I pursued my Masters in Human-Computer Interaction at Chicago's DePaul University. I've since shown my father Donald Norman's "The Design of Everyday Things" to let him know he's not alone in his frustrations with technology and lousy design.
I began playing percussion in grade school. I learned that there are 26 standard rudiments in percussion. Those rudiments can be used as the basis for technique and style. The ratamacue is but one of those rudiments. It is with this grounded approach that Ratamacue Design is founded.