Bradley fell in love with user centered design when he first read Don Norman's book on door knobs and water faucets while studying at University of Washington in Seattle. With his degree in Informatics, he went on to become a QA Engineer at Swype, where he tested mobile software and learned to become a user advocate.
Now he designs with purpose and thoughtfulness for clients ranging from startups to non-profits. His passion for quality and frustration with poor design fuel his work everyday.
He's currently working for Turn 10 Studios at Microsoft.