Hi! I'm Bri Piccari - Lancaster-based creative.
Over the last few years, I've been employed (in order) as a designer and front end developer at the Industrial Resolution, Infantree, PLEDGE IT and Listrak, as well as freelanced for local agencies. I also taught the very first semester of the Computer Software Engineering Technology program at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.
Within the last year, I've taught with Girl Develop It Lehigh Valley and Convert to Code, moderated a panel on self care at elaConf, participated in a panel on user experience and design in news media at AmericaEast, co-organized WordCamp Lancaster and shared some knowledge in a variety of other ways.
Hi, I'm Bri.
I do all of what's mentioned above, and then some. I care about all that's mentioned above, and then some. One of those 'and then some's is where I live - Lancaster City. I moved here in 2013, and again in 2015.
I am a vocal advocate of women in design and technology and creating diverse, inclusive workplaces. I am fascinated by uncovering and creating awareness around implicit bias. I believe in using design to benefit the greater good to make a positive social impact. I believe in the ability design thinking has to change how we consider problems and finding their solutions.