Imagine: You’re interviewing a 9-year-old to get feedback on a new level of a popular children’s game. During the warmup part of the session, she was chatty and smiling and made a lot of eye contact, but now something has changed. She’s nervous and is struggling to...
Maggie brings a background in psychology and human factors research with experience in both qualitative and quantitative methods. Her experience as a behavioral therapist, where she gathered insights from children with Autism, and working with neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia, translates to a unique passion for product accessibility and usability. Maggie has a BA in Psychology from Butler University.
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