Margie has extensive experience as the lead UX architect and program/product manager for multiple software projects. She has successfully worked on projects that range from complex data migrations to content-rich sites with multiple authors and editors. Margie enjoys multi-disciplinary team environments that call for innovation, collaboration, and flexibility in order to achieve success.
Margie has completed numerous successful projects that were global in scope at a large software company near Seattle. Comfortable wearing a wide variety of "hats," project deliverables included as-is user experience analysis, rapid immersion to understand business and customer issues, UX roadmaps and concept diagrams, process and workflow designs, sitemaps and wireframes, taxonomy, and user permission models. She has managed graphic design, copy writing, and editorial oversight, as well as produced detailed documentation for developers and visually-rich presentations for stakeholders.
Margie earned professional certification from the University of Washington in Software Product Management in 1997. Prior to that, she received a Masters degree from the University of Minnesota in Speech-Language-Communications and a Bachelors degree in Cognitive Psychology from the University of California.
Margie's passion for excellent customer experiences, sensibly organized data, and effective content stems directly from her life-long fascination with the human mind and how it understands, embraces, and engages with information.