Hi, I'm Bailey, a designer who enjoys working at the intersection of technology, policy, and art. I'm currently focusing on financial tools at Google.

I believe good design is informed by research and collaboration, and that the best interfaces are restful, intentful, and unintrusive.

I studied of economics and computer science at West Point and Georgetown, and my visualizations are published in a number of papers in the areas of migration, population trends, polling and analysis, and government and economic policy.

Previously, I designed software with Alphabet, Lockheed Martin, and Pew Research Center. I also wrote a little about speech recognition and synthesis APIs, later prototyping Google Assistant integrations in Nest devices for Area 120 proposals, Google's incubator for experimental products.

Feel free to say hi through email or Twitter.