Rachel is a User Experience Designer at Forum One, where she puts her skills to the test, creating the best possible experiences for users across Forum One’s portfolio of client websites and other digital experiences. In her role, Rachel conducts usability testing on websites, improves their information architecture, site structure, and navigation, and advocates for accessibility best practices on client sites. Before working at Forum One, Rachel worked at the Helen Keller National Center, signing with Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults, and also led design and research at Parsnip, a “Duolingo for cooking” app. Rachel also attended Indiana University, where she received a BS in Marketing, a Specialization in Deaf Studies, and became a Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC).
- Housing and Homelessness
It May Surprise You:
- She is a huge fan of Guy Fieri shows
- She knows American Sign Language
Can’t Live Without:
- Dogs, especially fluffy dogs
- Water flavorings