(I might be a little bananas.)

Hey there, I'm Lilly!

I'm a compassionate and collaborative creative with 4+ years of experience working with cross-functional teams to deliver empowering design and marketing solutions. Currently I'm working as an Associate UX Designer at the Accenture Federal Digital Studio.

My work demonstrates my ability to build highly functional, usable applications from ideation through to implementation. This is complimented by my experiences in marketing before entering user experience design, during which I developed a strong attention to detail and appreciation for aesthetics while creating and managing corporate graphics and messaging. 

When I'm not designing user experiences, you can likely find me expressing my creativity through various means: crafting mixed media projects, scouring clothing racks for a unique vintage find, or walking the streets with a camera in hand.

What others say about me...

Sure, I can talk the talk but why not hear from those who have walked beside me?

"I can say with confidence she is exceptionally hard-working, creative, and engaged... I came to see Lilly's quiet demeanor belied her extraordinary tenancy, and that she thrived on challenge... Her research and design work was specific, detailed, and exceptionally thorough."

- Laura Eckelman, Former Production Manager at Washington College

"We cannot compliment Lilly enough... Lilly has great visual skills and brings creativity to projects. She is positive, mature, professional, and reliable. Lilly also worked directly with clients... and was compassionate and sensitive to their needs."

- Kate Dean, Former Executive Director at Suited for Change

"Lilly made strides across the board as a designer and contributor, and I am proud of her... I am excited for her continued success in the studio. She did a great job meeting the needs of the project, and elevating her contributions every week. It was a pleasure."

- Korey Ferguson, UX Lead at Accenture Federal Digital Studio

But enough about me, what about you?

Additional illustrations by Alex Muravev, Olga, and Tatyana from the Noun Project.
Primary illustrations by absurd.design