Rebecca is a design-researcher with 8+ years of experience across private and public sectors. Her diversity of projects range from producing games for civic engagement, working on a biotech design team, to managing hackathons for maternal health. Her current graduate studies focus on human-centered design and engineering. Skills include: user research, qualitative methods, project management, and community development.
Interstitial formed organically as a collective of technology freelancers looking to combine their skills and work together on projects they believed in. We come from diverse backgrounds - embedded systems, web development, data science and more - but we share in this common goal: to make the world a better place through technology. We work on environmental science, sustainable agriculture, the green economy, and human rights. We are engineers, scientists, designers and architects onboard Spaceship Earth.
Our innovative contracting model allows for substantial flexibility in matching our workforce with the needs of our clients. From hourly consulting to long-term contracts and government grants, Interstitial delivers high-quality engineering solutions for a variety of project structures.
We believe that good ideas deserve to be shared, so we are committed to practicing open-source principles wherever possible. Our developers maintain and contribute to open software and hardware projects that are used around the globe. Check out our GitHub.
We operate democratically as an employee-owned worker cooperative under Colorado Article 56. Our flat and fair structure encourages collaboration at every level, and ensures that everyone is invested in the quality of our work. It also makes Interstitial a great team to be a part of - if you’re a technologist interested in working toward positive change, please reach out to us!