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I am an experience designer and professional people watcher. Natural curiosity sparks an eagerness for exploring and discovery. Creativity ignites to create stunning and inclusive products with innovative details.
Life is about meaningful experiences, and I am about about creating them.

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Hi! I'm Morgan

Born and raised in

I'm from Atlanta, Georgia. Currently, I am a mid level Product Designer at CBORD and Horizon Software. I strive to create beautiful, memorable, and usable experiences designing products focusing on accessibility and for trust. In a world moving toward accountability, transparency, and inclusivity I believe as designers we should

When I'm not designing, you can find me:
                Gasping for air Running at the park
                Slaying Alliance in Azeroth, zug zug
                Brewing beer and Limoncello
                Shamelessly binge watching Netflix with 3 days worth of UberEats
                Christmas shopping all year
                Spiraling down a Youtube rabbit hole
Trying new makeup and technique
make up, cooking,

If you are interested in learning more about how I found my passion for design, keep reading!

HOW I got here

My passion for beautiful, immersive experiences go far beyond products.

TLDR; Thanks to the creativity Myspace allowed us, that kickstarted my interest in web design. Thanks to UX , I go way above and beyond creating experiences: events, meals, parties, and anything else that might require an ounce of creativity.  

My passion for creating and design started long before I discovered Product/UX design.

It all started with AOL Instant Messenger. I would spend hours creating "Away" messages. Choosing the perfect font to pair with a bright inaccessible background, emotional song lyrics, and T@lkiNg LiKe tHi$ was the perfect (and cringiest) way to let my creativity run wild.

Yikes!

As the internet was coming into it's own, we all gained our first internet friend, Tom. Myspace came out and it changed everything. You could create your own content! There wasn't only templates, but you could create anything you wanted.

You could change your background, add colors, fancy text, pictures, add songs amd offensive sparkly .gifs, and change your top 8 friends for ultimate personalization. The creative potential and possibilities were endless.

You could change your background, add colors, fancy text, pictures, add songs amd offensive sparkly .gifs, and change your top 8 friends for ultimate personalization. The creative potential and possibilities were endless.

I spent hours pouring over layout codes figuring out how to change the styling. I figured out how to make my own layouts and had the best page on the block. I eventually got pretty good at it and created another Myspace account where people could browse and use new layouts I made.

Before I even knew the term "entrepreneur," I had my own web design business at 11 and didn't even know it.

The only thing that my page was lacking was some crudely photoshopped pictures. I was using MS Paint to do what I could. My brother found out I was interested and bought me Photoshop CS3. He taught me some basic tools and I was off! After he left, I couldn't figure out how to change tools and I ended up stamping eyeballs all over a picture of my friend. She wasn't thrilled to see my artwork, but you got to start somewhere /shrug.

Looking back on everything, it was a complete train wreck. We were trailblazers trying to figure it out the internet. A few short years later, Facebook killed Myspace (and eventually our spirits). By that time, there were tons of tools at our creative disposal and tutorials that could teach anything. Design started to take a more sophisticated and modern approach. And the rest is history

Growing up around changing technology and design helped sculpt me into the designer I am today. Being able to witness the developing internet from the near-beginning has allowed me to recognize good UX from the bad. Combine creativity and design consciousness, with a dash of empathy and you have someone who obnoxiously plans everything. Anything from a surprise birthday party, to a vacation, to holiday festivities, or a dinner party, I'm always thinking of others and exploring how to make their experience exceed expectations. Providing memorable experiences expands beyond product design and overflows into my personal life...and my friends and family. But hey, no one has complained yet.


Life is about meaningful experiences, and I am passionate about creating them.

I took this from resume, so you'll need to move things around to fit better pls

brewing beer, WoW, killin it in the kitchen, youtube rabit holes, finances and business, restaurants, reddit, vr/beatsaber, history, european architecture, curiousty for the world and everything in it, tv and movies, hiking, taking in stray animals

Do you work remotely?

Collaboratively administrate turnkey channels whereas virtual e-tailers. Objectively seize scalable metrics whereas proactive e-services. Seamlessly empower fully researched growth strategies and interoperable internal or “organic” sources.

Do you work remotely?

Collaboratively administrate turnkey channels whereas virtual e-tailers. Objectively seize scalable metrics whereas proactive e-services. Seamlessly empower fully researched growth strategies and interoperable internal or “organic” sources.

My numbers

79
Happy Clients
420
Coffe Cups
92
Works Done
84
New Friends