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Kate is a multidisciplinary designer who excels in creating from a deep understanding of the aesthetic, functional, and economic aspects of design. Equipped with a wide skillset—ranging from graphic design and illustration, to prototyping and web design—she aims to craft lasting experiences. As of now, she is employed as a designer at MindTouch in the heart of San Diego, California, while also taking on freelance projects.
The umbrella term we all know and love. I spend a good amount of my time creating digital assets in PS, AI, and ID.
Through utilization of no-code tools, I bring ideas to life on the web. I carefully craft them with a focus on accessibility (and love).
Yes, I'm a graduate of a code bootcamp. And now I design in no-code tools. I regret nothing. This site was created in Webflow.
“When I received Kate's Adobe XD prototype for MindTouch's search enhancements feature, I immediately realized that I'd just opened up the best XD file I'd ever seen from another designer. Everyone who works with Kate comments on how talented she is, and how great the work that she produces is. She's made me a better designer in the few short months that we've worked on this project together."
PRODUCT DESIGNER | 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
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"It's nice to be able to bring draft copy and crude layout recommendations to a designer and count on them to create super clean wireframes both modern and up to spec. Kate collaborated with me, asked questions, and found just the right way to situate messaging, layout, and design for these web pages. Our client—an agency with its own web designers and creative team, mind you—was quite pleased with the result."
CONTENT STRATEGIST / COPYMARTIN
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“Kate was able to establish a brand identity and direction for LightRank even when only provided with a few minor details about the product. She not only accounted for my personal taste in web design and digital aesthetics but took it ten steps further by helping me vocalize what I wanted [needed] through prototyped animations, illustrations, and high fidelity mockups.”