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. 


The Noun Project Credits:

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