Jessica Floeh is a UX designer, patient advocate, and user researcher. From start-ups to non-profits to large corporations, Jessica works with organizations to develop strategies, products, and communications that are human-centered. She is honored to have received accolades from The Mayo Clinic and Core77 and collaborated within talented healthcare innovation teams — recently at Intel as Lead Healthcare Experience Designer.

Jessica has a MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons The New School For Design, where she graduated Valedictorian of her class. Her innate creativity and decades of personal experiences living with Type 1 Diabetes launched her on the path toward improving patient experiences through design. Jessica loves patient-centered work and frequently speaks at healthcare conferences about de-stigmatizing diabetes technologies by designing for social health. 

Currently based in Baltimore, Jessica provides consulting and freelance design research support for healthcare clients to help them understand and design for their audiences. 

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The Noun Project Credits:

"Ethnography" by Yo Luck, "Layouts" by Lil Squid, "Responsive Design" by Christopher Holm-Hansen, "Strategy" by Jenny Chisnell.