Eric’s passion is helping clients bring better experiences and value to their customers. He finds joy in using his design skills to solve critical business problems that impact brand value and conversion. “I’m most proud of pitching, selling and delivering a self-service portal for New York Life. We delivered a feature-rich responsive experience in under four months.”
His decade of experience at companies like Virtusa and CSC (DXC) helped him hone his user experience and design acumen. His previous roles as creative director and design services manager gave him enviable branding and marketing chops.
When he’s not working, he’s using his creativity to brainstorm ways to improve everyday life. He’s also committed to mentoring young designers and helping them succeed.
Both Eric and his wife are artists. She teaches art and creates collages and constructions. Eric recently returned to painting after a 20-year hiatus. He describes his recent work as “rediscovering the thrill of creating.”
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