Ashley Marie Quinn Website

Hi, I'm Ashley, I love working in complex spaces, crafting seamless solutions, and building powerhouse teams.  


I am a Staff Product Designer at Vendr leading their core platform experience.



Design lead for the Reviews experience, Lattice’s tentpole product. Led major redesigns of core experiences and green-field product areas, partnered with Product to envision the future of Lattice as well as to define roadmaps and priorities, and worked cross functionally to define process and build team culture.

Co-founded the Lattice Design Newsletter, an internal facing quarterly publication to keep the rest of the organization up-to-date on the happenings on the design team. Contributed and led initiatives to increase accessibility at Lattice, including designing a pronouns feature for users and leading efforts to build an A11y Knowledge Base for Latticians.  

Culture Biosciences

I facilitated product development at Culture Biosciences as their UX Lead from April 2019 through November 2020. During that time, I defined the product process, mapped the service, and designed a number of the core customer and internal tools.


I led design at Riffyn, a SAAS platform focused on revolutionizing the way scientists design, document and analyze their experiments as their 3rd hire and first designer. I helped them bring their product concept from a Powerpoint presentation to a fully launched feature rich tool utilized by customers around the world.

Graduate School & Independent Projects

I earned my MFA in Interaction Design from the School of Visual Arts, where I developed my thesis project, Home Grown, focused on communicating climate change through the lens of food. The project was featured in media publications and podcasts, and I was invited to speak at events and lead workshops for various organizations focused on the future of food in the following years.

We Less Than Three & Collaborations

I co-founded We Less Than Three, a digital design studio based in Brooklyn, NY. We designed, built and launched products with a broad range of clients from an upstart bike share company that went on to be acquired by JUMP bikes to an event platform bringing classical music to the public in intimate settings.