Maya M. Wagoner is a
Los Angeles-based user experience designer, user researcher, and technologist.

Her projects include:

Design and development of a resource library and social network for government leaders working towards broadband equity

User interface design and user research with tenant organizers for a landlord research tool with the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

A redesign of the Brooklyn Public Library online catalog to make finding and reserving books more straightforward for more people

The creation of a user research program at Brooklyn Public Library comprised of hundreds of Brooklynites interested in improving the library  

A series of behavioral interventions as alternatives to library fines with the University of Virginia Nudge4 Lab

An interactive oral history map for listening to life stories told by Brooklyn elders

An intergenerational technology skillshare at a Black history community center in Brownsville, Brooklyn

#MoreThanCode: A participatory action research project to understand the people who work with technology for social justice

portrait by Mary Kang at the Brooklyn Art Book Fair