Hi there! I’m Carl, a quantitative UX researcher.

I’m an experienced industry UX researcher with a PhD in human factors psychology. I currently work at Reddit as a senior quantitative UX researcher, with previous experience at Meta, UserZoom, and Red Hat.

I am a mixed-methods researcher by training, with projects ranging from generative personas to usability measurement best practices. Currently, I focus on impacting product teams through quantitative methods, but continue to lead others in executing qualitative UX research projects.


UX research blog

Read posts about UX research and quantitative methods.

Task completion calculator

I built a calculator in R Shiny to help my team analyze and visualize data from usability tests.

UX benchmarking slides

I gave a tutorial on UX benchmarking with developer tools at DevConf.


I value the chance to connect with people interested in the field of UX research or product development in general. Whether you’re considering a career change to UX research or are an experienced researcher who wants to swap ideas, please reach out via my contact page.