Hi, I'm Kayce
at Formstack, the coolest form building product available that helps you capture and manage information across your entire organization, super simply.
at Indiana University for I300, HCI/Interaction Design to 75 undergraduate Informatics students.
and proud graduate of Indiana University Bloomington. B.S. in Informatics, 2006 and M.S. in Human-Computer Interaction Design, 2008.
What Kayce Does
After receiving a M.S. in Human Computer Interaction Design in 2008 from Indiana University, Kayce has practiced practiced print, web, and user experience design for approximately 10 years.
Research and Understanding Experience
Kayce has a keen focus on identifying usability and core user experience problems associated with technology usage through her intense understanding of people, their desires, and goals.
Team building and student development
Specializing in helping teams communicate and collaborate around complex problem spaces, Kayce was asked to lecture at Indiana University Bloomington in the Spring of 2016 for I300, HCI/Interaction Design. She has an innate drive to evangelize positive collaboration.
UI Design and Development
Better during the conceptual phase of a project, Kayce is growing her strengths in User Interface design and product/brand development.
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