When Harrison was a kid he would make up to $60/day selling lemonade in front of his parent’s house. What made this lemonade different from every other stand on the block? The customer experience. Everything was carefully designed to surprise and delight his neighborhood consumers with features like crushed ice, lemon slices, and fresh peppermint leaves from the garden. He’s been hooked on creating unique value ever since.
As an UX Designer and Information Architect, Harrison believes in making digital projects and experiences as simple as possible — complexity is the enemy of execution. He plans, blogs, designs, photographs, optimizes and generally helps people make smarter digital decisions.
He’s worked with notable national and international brands in the manufacturing and industrial sectors including Honeywell, Skyline Exhibits, Lamar Outdoor Advertising, CertainTeed, and AmeriPride Services.
For the past few years he has served as a volunteer on various non-profit projects and is a regular remote guest lecturer at his alma mater, Louisiana State University.
Sometimes he forces himself to stop working and enjoy playing music, making food with his wife or exploring the great outdoors.