Abrielle is a recent graduate of Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences with minors in Graphic Design and Entrepreneurship. She uses the latest tools in User Experience to explore and learn about people in an effort to understand their needs, wants, and behaviors and help build experiences that are enjoyable and reflect the users perspectives. Her favorite part of her job is deep listening and asking good questions - understanding the who, what, where, when, why and how of people’s needs in a product or service. Abrielle’s attention to finding pain points and figuring out creative solutions to solving them has led to amazing results. In her free time, she is training to become a life coach, a group facilitator, reads books, plays instruments, power lifts, and creates a variety of art mediums.

Get To Know Abrielle

Name a guilty pleasure of yours.

Trying out new root beers because I am a root beer fanatic—each homemade root beer falls somewhere on the spicy Barq's, blended Mug, or sweet A&W range.

Know any other languages?

I studied Hindi in college and am learning Arabic right now. Thanks Duolingo.

Are you named after anyone?

Ironically my parents picked a name that no one has ever heard before. “Abrielle” was inspired by Irish heritage and folklore names, especially Lord of the Rings. In a way, I feel I was named as an Elvish princess of Rivendell.

If you could only eat three foods for the rest of your life, what would you eat?

1) Hwe Du Bop - Japanese mixed seafood, vegetables, and rice, 2) Ice cream cookie sandwich - have to have both ice cream and chocolate chip cookies, and 3) Huevos rancheros with over easy eggs and hash browns.

If you could learn how to do anything, what would it be?

It’s a toss up—I would love to be able to speak any language, but at the same time, I’d love to be able to play any instrument. Language tells a lot about cultures and traditions, but music brings emotion and depth to stories.

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