Audrey has worked in high tech for 15 years. As an executive producer at Netscape, she produced high-profile products such as Net Search, Netscape's advertising program, MyNetscape, and Registration. For six years she was a design and project manager at Dubberly Design Office, where she worked with clients like Sun Microsystems, Palm Inc., Stanford University, and Opsware Inc. She also served as the vice president of Interaction Design at The Magellan Network, building a design practice that turned out several web-based and desktop applications and winning a Neilsen Norman Group Award for Best Application UI. As a freelancer, clients included Kelley Blue Book, XING, and Cisco. Audrey has presented work at conferences including DUX; About, With and For; BayCHI; and for the AIGA. Audrey studied mathematics, English, and theatre during her undergraduate work. She has studied design at UC Berkeley and California College of Arts (CCA).
Audrey regularly contributes to the blog at DesignMap.com.