Raven is a designer, climber, MacGuyver and optimization junkie living in Brooklyn.

She currently works as a UX Strategist at The New York Times. There she launched Publisher's Award winning newsroom analytics tool Stela, a redesign of the Best Sellers lists, NYTimes Podcasts (check out the individual series pages too!), helped evolve our first responsive framework (example: T Magazine). She's now working on special editorial projects, as well as research and experimentation around new product offerings.

Her other past work includes a redesign of the Singaporean Government's online work permit process, a redesign of ICANN's public comment tools, map-based historical photo exploration tool OldSF.org, Pitney Bowes' Canadian mailing offerings, Priceline's post-purchase and account experience, and Amplify's K-2 lesson planning tools. She also taught UX at General Assembly and developed DesignLab's hands-on UX curriculum.

You can write her at ravenjkeller@gmail.com, lurk on her Instagram or say hey on Twitter.