I’m an Interdisciplinary Engineering PhD candidate at Texas A&M University with a focus in human factors and cognitive ergonomics. I have a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering with a minor in psychology.
As a User Experience Researcher, I improve processes, products, and services using a unique balance of quantitative and qualitative analysis. I believe that everything we do quantitatively, we do for qualitative reasons. I want to build pro-social products and services that are a joy to use and create a positive impact.
About Eccentric Cog:
Eccentric Cog is a space to share and analyze interesting research, news, and pop-culture from a human factors perspective, with the intent to provide a casual level of shop-talk that is equally accessible and engaging for all.
Human factors is the story of the human in the system: our lives in an increasingly complex world.
Why “Eccentric Cog”?
An eccentric cog is a tool for translating rotational motion into linear motion. It’s accomplished by mounting an off-center connection to a gear. In my experience, the best observations come from a little off-center and these cognitions can provide a truly unique drive.