Through Miso 411, I strive to bring diverse perspectives to the table and engage companies to create designs that inspire and delight users of all backgrounds. I use best-in-industry tools and design thinking methodologies.
Miso 411 isn't just a design company, it's my own personal brand. I stand behind the work I do, and strive to make every project the best one yet.
For me, design and activism go hand in hand.
A little about me...
Houstonian to the core, I hustle to make our bustling city a better place to live. I currently serve as the community outreach coordinator for Code Park, a non-profit organization empowering underserved students with creative coding experiences. Through roles with Houston AnitaB and Hackster.io, I have organized multiple tech workshops, including collaborations with Houston Community College, Rice University, IBM, Amazon, Microsoft, and Flatiron school. As an advocate for voter engagement, I have served multiple campaigns in the Southeast side of the greater Houston area. These efforts include canvassing, voter registration, social media engagement, text banking, and hosting meet-and-greets with candidates.
My personal goal is to build a strong network for women in technology and convey the importance of voter engagement in the greater Houston area. And Miso 411, my design business, is informed by these sensibilities. I strive to bring diverse perspectives to the table and engage companies to create designs that inspire and delight users of all backgrounds.
Interested in working together? Let's start a conversation! Please take a look at my services, or reach out with your own needs and we'll see if we may be a good fit for each other.