For Windows 10, I wore a couple of hats. I started as a production designer working on two fantastic toolkits for designers and developers alike. Check out these great tools and more at Windows Dev Center. Later, as a design developer, I learned how to write in the markup code used in Windows, XAML, and worked horizontally between the design and engineering teams to implement new designs and polish bugs. Working across multiple teams like calling, messaging, Cortana, and File Explorer meant that I needed to be flexible and quick to learn the different processes each team used.