Make it simple, but significant.

My name is Lyon and I am a UX Designer based in Los Angeles.

Before I became a Designer, I was working in corporate Human Resources. Through my tenure in HR, I was able to hone my skills in communication, strategy, and empathy. HR was also what lead me to pursue a career in design.

As a part of their day-to-day, most HR professionals will learn how to use digital HR tools. When I used any of those tools, I always thought to myself “this could work so much better”.

One day, that same thought transformed into a question: “How would I have designed this tool?” It was from there on, I began to gain an interest in design. That interest grew enough that I decided to enroll in General Assembly and take their UX program.

During my time at Disney, I had the opportunity to work on both the Disney Parks apps and websites, with a mix of physical and digital experiences. Today, I am working at Pluto TV as a UX Designer to bring consumers the best that free television has to offer.


Pluto TV
UX Designer • Feb 2021 - Present

Disney Parks, Experiences and Products
Product Designer • May 2018 - Dec 2020
Interaction Designer • Oct 2017 - May 2018

Freelance Designer
UX/UI Designer • Apr 2017 - Oct 2017

Human Resources
Sep 2011 - Jan 2017


General Assembly
UX Design Immersive • 2017

University of California - Irvine
B.A. Psychology & B.A. Criminology • 2007 - 2011


• UX Ideation and Workflows
• Interaction and UI Design
• Information Architecture
• Prototyping
• Documentation & Redlines
• Storytelling
• Sketch
• Axure
• Principle
• Invision
• Zeplin
• Keynote
• Adobe Creative Suite

• Product, IXD, UX, and UI Design
• Concept Design
• Information Architecture
• Content Strategy
• Prototyping
• Usability Testing
• User Research
• Documentation
• Process Improvements
• Design Thinking


• Interviews
• Surveys
• Workshops
• Usability Testing
• Qualitative Analysis


• Photography
• Rock Climbing
• Gaming
• Cooking

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