About Richard Cornish
Richard Cornish is a user experience designer in Chicago. He helps agile development teams design web applications by using research and testing to inform decision making.
He works as a designer for the innovation division of CVS Health. Previously he worked for healthcare technology start-up Next Health Choice, Chicago digital agency Doejo, and the online division of the Lawrence Journal-World, the “newspaper of the future,” according to The New York Times, and birthplace of the Django web framework. His work at the division earned him an APME Award for Online Convergence.
He taught as an instructor of web development at Northwestern University and as a graduate teaching assistant in information design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He also organized a Meetup that taught computer programming to beginners in a friendly workshop format.
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|2018||Worked as UX Designer for CVS Health|
|2017||Studied improv at The Second City|
|2016||Studied sketch comedy at The Second City|
|2015||Worked as Product Designer for Next Health Choice|
|2014||Worked as UX Designer for digital agency Doejo|
|2012||Designed websites for Tribune Company|
|2011||Helped develop for hyperlocal start-up EveryBlock|
|2010||Skydived with Chicagoland Skydiving Center|
|2009||Ate ramen in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan|
|2008||Helped make websites for Obama for America campaign|
|2007||Worked for newsroom where Django was made|
|2006||Received M.S. from the University of Illinois|
|2004||Purchased the domain richardcornish.com|
|2004||Received B.S. from the University of Illinois|
|2004||Studied abroad at the University of Leeds, U.K.|
|2003||Saw the CSS Zen Garden for the first time|
|2001||Earned Eagle Scout rank from the BSA|