Taylor's design journey started as soon as she could hold a pencil. She noticed at an early age that she had issues reading and focusing in school. It turned out that she had ADHD but never got treatment due to the belief that women couldn't have it as a cognitive disability. This led her to specialize in web accessibility in her college years. Now she's opening up avenues for people from all walks of life. Taylor brings inclusivity to design by ensuring that projects are ADA compliant while maintaining brand and identity standards.
In her free time, Taylor enjoys camping, going out to eat, watching sitcoms, and hanging out with her dog, Sherlock.