Before that, she taught the User Experience Design Immersive program at General Assembly, where she used design-thinking best practices to teach career-changing adults to become UX designers who now build awesome digital products. And before that, she led mobile product design at The Washington Post for five years. At The Post, she created apps with clean visuals, simple experiences, and lots of emojis and gifs.
She believes that interfaces should be as friendly as the people who use them, and that human-centered design cultivates the most addictive experiences. She has worked with Google, Apple, and Amazon to craft awesome people-focused products, and her work has been regularly recognized by the Webbys and the Society for News Design. She holds a BS in Journalism from Boston University. She is a 2017 winner of the DC FemTech Award for Design.
She is available for speaking engagements, and has spoken at global design conferences like UXDC and at universities like Boston University and The University of North Carolina.
When she's not building things on the internet, she's probably eating ice cream with her family and her puppy, Feeny. Follow her @chloejnegron and say hi!
Chloe drawing Kanye. Photo by Erik Reyna.