Patti Chan Director of Project Management
Having worked in almost every aspect of crafting online experiences since 2002, Patti uses her developer, UX, and project management background to guide a talented team towards creating intelligent solutions for innovative clients. Patti believes in building partnerships by fully understanding needs, motivations, and the road ahead. At Intridea, she tackles hard problems with a custom blend of Agile, consulting, and good old-fashioned attention to detail to ensure projects succeed.
Prior to Intridea, Patti co-founded 600 Block, Inc, a locals-driven guide for discovering restaurants and specials which sold in 2010. She's taught Interaction Design at The Maryland Institute College of Art, guest-lectured at The Johns Hopkins University, and served as a panelist at SXSW. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, and Entrepreneurship & Management from The Johns Hopkins University. Patti has developed successful products for National Geographic, Citigroup, White Pages, Agilysys, STX Lacrosse, and more.
Patti currently resides in San Francisco, California where she wanders farmers markets, organizes beer and whiskey tastings, and hosts Ignite SF, a series of enlightening 5-minute talks.
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