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Howdy!

I'm Ndidi.

I’m a Nigerian-American living in NYC, specializing in qualitative UX research.

I have proven success working on projects in large, fast-paced organizations from WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers) to Emory University in Atlanta.

I take a holistic, empathetic approach to research and product development by focusing on understanding users’ social, behavioral, emotional, and physical needs.

Oh, and did I mention my homemade chocolate-chip cookies are a hit everywhere I go?

Howdy!

I'm Ndidi.

I’m a Nigerian-American living in Harlem, specializing in qualitative UX research.

I have proven success working on projects in large, fast-paced organizations from WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers) to Emory University in Atlanta.

I take a holistic, empathetic approach to research and product development by focusing on understanding users’ social, behavioral, emotional, and physical needs.

Oh, and did I mention my homemade chocolate-chip cookies are a hit everywhere I go?


Howdy!

I'm Ndidi.

I’m a Nigerian-American living in Harlem, specializing in qualitative UX research.

I have proven success working on projects in large, fast-paced organizations from WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers) to Emory University in Atlanta.

I take a holistic, empathetic approach to research and product development by focusing on understanding users’ social, behavioral, emotional, and physical needs.

Oh, and did I mention my homemade chocolate-chip cookies are a hit everywhere I go?

 

Howdy!

I'm Ndidi.

I’m a Nigerian-American living in Harlem, specializing in qualitative UX research.

I have proven success working on projects in large, fast-paced organizations from WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers) to Emory University in Atlanta.

I take a holistic, empathetic approach to research and product development by focusing on understanding users’ social, behavioral, emotional, and physical needs.

Oh, and did I mention my homemade chocolate-chip cookies are a hit everywhere I go?

 

Howdy!

I'm Ndidi.

I’m a Nigerian-American living in Harlem, specializing in qualitative UX research.

I have proven success working on projects in large, fast-paced organizations from WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers) to Emory University in Atlanta.

I take a holistic, empathetic approach to research and product development by focusing on understanding users’ social, behavioral, emotional, and physical needs.

Oh, and did I mention my homemade chocolate-chip cookies are a hit everywhere I go?