Given that I’m a user experience practitioner and consultant who is active on Twitter, it’s not surprising that I have a lot of folks coming to me with questions. Unfortunately it’s gotten to a point where I can no longer answer each person individually. In an effort to keep my sanity while still being as [Keep Reading…]
I always make a point of encouraging my clients to have a strong vision and a strategy for achieving that vision before they set out to design their products. I need to start practicing what I preach. It’s been 11 months since I went solo and the past year has been a whirlwind. I’m fortunate [Keep Reading…]
[This post is part of a series on Mentors and Heroes]
[This post is part of a series on Mentors and Heroes] Amanda Jahn is a lead user experience designer at Yahoo! in London where she leads UX for Yahoo! Answers globally. Previously she was a web designer for Investis. Follow her on Twitter @yahnyinlondon. Amanda Jahn’s mentors are… Wesley Corbett, Head of Design at [Keep Reading…]
[This post is part of a series on Mentors and Heroes] Chris Fahey is a co-founder of Behavior, an interaction design consultancy, and is on the inaugural faculty of the School of Visual Arts’ new MFA program in Interaction Design, starting in the fall of 2009. He writes about user experience design on his blog [Keep Reading…]
[This post is part of a series on Mentors and Heroes] Michael Leis is an independent strategic consultant helping companies use emerging media, and previously worked at Trellist Marketing|Technology and Emerge Digital. He is also a frequent contributor to iMediaConnection, an online marketing publication. Follow him on Twitter @mleis. Michael Leis’s mentor is… William [Keep Reading…]
[This post is part of a series on Mentors and Heroes] This week is a two-for-one special! Gabby couldn’t decide on just one person to highlight, and I wasn’t going to force her.