Hi! I'm Paige!
NNG Master UX Certified and recently named one of "36 active UX leaders to follow on LinkedIn" by User Interviews.com, I am an experienced Senior UX researcher with a background in anthropology and community-based participatory action research. I have training in design thinking and participatory/qualitative methodologies, and have a passion for the health and wellness industries, environment, travel and outdoor industries in particular.
Most recently, I worked at Indeed.com on the small to medium size business employer team with 100+ other researchers. Specifically, I was embedded on a monetization product team that built budgeting tools to help fast growing employers find the candidates they need regularly.
Based 1.5 hours from Seattle on Whidbey Island, I enjoy cold water swimming in the Puget Sound, painting, knitting sweaters and hats, making jewelry, hiking, trail running, backpacking in the mountains and traveling!
Feel free to check out my previous work, updated work samples are also available via portfolio interview.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Robert Newell, Senior User Experience Research at Indeed.com
"Paige is one of the most engaged, industrious, and innovative researchers I’ve ever been on a team with. She frequently takes the lead with creative study and process methods. She expertly facilitates stakeholder engagement and cross-org researcher collaboration. And she is adept at working on multiple fronts to expand her influence throughout the org both in working groups and as a mentor.
Paige is the first researcher I tend to turn to for feedback on a novel study, synthesis, or brainstorming method. She’s always happy to engage and is invested in improving it. Even better, she'll try it herself and share her learnings and suddenly we've moved from an interesting idea to a refined and effective method adopted by other teams.
I’m so glad Paige is my colleague. She’s not only made a huge impact on how the company understands the needs of its users, but she's raised the bar for the quality of our work as a research team."