Meet Julia Jouravel
Role: Visual Designer
Time at Fuzzy Math: ~4 years
Q: What was the last book you read?
A: Marie Kondo’s tidying up book — oh, no, it wasn’t that — it was Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things.
Q: How would you describe Fuzzy Math in three words?
A: Intelligent, organized, quiet
Q: If you could switch jobs with someone, who would it be?
A: Probably someone who reviews things. I have a secret Amazon reviewing account that does pretty well. And yes, I do get free stuff.
Q: What’s currently on rotation for you?
A: Not music necessarily, but I’ve been listening to the podcast from Jonathan Van Ness (from Queer Eye). He has a lot of knowledge about a lot of subjects and can speak in a really authentic way.
Q: If you were to get rid of one state in the U.S., which would it be and why?
A: Delaware. I’ve never met anyone from Delaware and I kind of forget it’s a state. I mean, what’s there?
Meet Rebecca Henry
Role: UX Designer
Time at Fuzzy Math: Just under a year
Q: How would you describe your design style?
A: I would describe my design style as detail-oriented. I try to think about the important little things that might get missed when we’re dreaming of the big picture.
Q: Coffee or Tea?
A: Tea. Chai latte with a lot of sugar.
Q: How many square feet of pizza is eaten in the U.S. each year?
A: I’m doing math here—it’s fuzzy, though. I’m going to say 600 million square feet of pizza.
Q: Describe the color yellow to somebody who is blind.
A: The color yellow is warm—it’s a hot summer day at an amusement park. There’s laughter and it tastes sweet. The feeling of it makes time speed up.
Q: What’s the best thing about Fuzzy Math?
A: The people. It’s a close-knit group. Everybody here has similar interests and it feels like this is where I was supposed to end up.