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User Interface Design

Calvin Chun-yu Chan

Independent User Experience Design Consultant

Calvin focuses primarily on user experience and mobile and Web user-interface design, but also enjoys doing illustration and graphic design work. Before becoming a designer, Calvin was a software engineer, building database-driven Web sites. MoreMore

Carissa Demetris

Principal User Experience Designer at ProQuest

Carissa has over eight years of professional experience in user experience design and four years of experience working in agile development environments. Working with companies in the healthcare, transportation, Web design, and software industries, she has successfully collaborated with clients to improve product design and increase user adoption in the marketplace. Carissa’s broad experience working with agile UX design has enabled her to mentor her fellow colleagues on adapting their methods to effectively produce agile deliverables. MoreMore

Catalina Naranjo-Bock

UX Researcher at Yahoo!

A UX designer and researcher, Catalina specializes in the development of ideal experiences for children and young audiences for both tangible products and interactive applications. She has collaborated on children’s media and toy design with creative departments in numerous firms, in the US, Europe, and South America. In a variety of design-related contexts. Catalina has served as adjunct faculty, guest speaker, invited author, and international juror. Catalina holds a BFA in Industrial and Digital Design and an MFA in User Experience Design and Research from The Ohio State University. MoreMore

Dinara Saparova

PhD Candidate, School of Information Science & Learning Technologies at University of Missouri

Dinara is a former senior member at the Information Experience Laboratory of the University of Missouri. She has in-depth experience designing, managing, and conducting agile usability evaluations. She has conducted usability evaluations of Web sites, content-management systems, healthcare applications, and medical solutions, using qualitative and quantitative methods. She has assisted in teaching graduate-level, online courses: Usability of Information Systems, in 2011, and Introduction to Health Informatics, in 2012. MoreMore

Dorian Peters

Creative Leader for the Faculty of Education and the Positive Computing Lab at the University of Sydney

A designer and author, Dorian specializes in user experience for learning and well-being. Her books include Interface Design for Learning (New Riders), and Positive Computing: Technology for Well-being and Human Potential (MIT Press). She has designed for educational institutions such as Carnegie Mellon and Cambridge University, as well as for banks, media, and mental health organizations. Dorian publishes articles on design in journals and trade magazines and speaks at conferences. She has a Masters in Multimedia Design from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor’s from Carnegie Mellon. MoreMore

Evan Wiener

User Experience Designer

As a UX designer whose education is in psychology, visual design, and technology, Evan enjoys solving problems to address user needs and enhance their experience by creating engaging interactive elements that delight people. Evan serves as an advocate for the benefits of taking the time that is necessary to do good design and think through the usability and accessibility of native apps and Web applications. He has worked as a UI designer and interaction designer as part of UX teams at a variety of organizations such as The Vanguard Group, Project Management Institute, Deloitte, and Expensewatch.com. Starting his career in visual design, Evan worked as an independent UI design and UX design consultant. He also served as a research assistant in the early days of online personalization and marketing as a Psychology undergrad at the Smeal College of Business at Penn State University. MoreMore

Graham Rhind

Owner of GRC Database Information

An acknowledged expert in the field of data quality, Graham runs his own consultancy, GRC Database Information, where he researches postal code and addressing systems, collates international data, writes data-management software, and since 1995, has run the busy postal code and address Web site Graham is the author of four books about international data management and speaks regularly on this topic. MoreMore

Greg Nudelman

Principal at DesignCaffeine Inc.

Founder of the San Francisco Bay Area UX design consultancy DesignCaffeine, Greg is widely recognized as an experience design and user research expert, specializing in search, social networking, business dashboards, and process redesign for mobile and Web platforms. Greg has published over 30 articles and speaks regularly to audiences around the world about how to design intuitive and elegant systems that improve the quality of people’s lives while creating abundant ROI. He has led design projects for Fortune 500 companies and creative startups. MoreMore

Heather Nam

Director of Usability Research at Mediabarn Inc.

Since the early 1990s, Heather has been testing Web sites and software for children throughout her career. She has a special ability to look at a situation through the eyes of her target audience, and her in-depth interviews and ability to skillfully ask the right questions help to uncover insights that otherwise might go unnoticed. Heather is passionate about understanding why users make decisions and has traveled nationally and internationally to moderate over 3,000 research interviews, focus groups, and ideation sessions, with groups that have included parents, teachers, teens, tweens, and young children. MoreMore

James Kelway

Senior Information Architect at Hello Group A/S

James worked for Reed Business Information, a part of Reed Elsevier, for over 8 years, in a variety of roles. While working as a digital art director, he studied for a Masters degree in Design Practice, specializing in UCD techniques. After qualifying, he became an information architect and is responsible for the formulation of the business’s information architecture strategy, its implementation among several teams, and the redesign of several major industry Web sites. MoreMore

Jeff Johnson

Principal Consultant at UI Wizards Inc.

Jeff has worked in the field of human-computer interaction since 1978, as a user interface designer and implementer, engineering manager, usability tester, and researcher at companies such as Cromemco, Xerox, US West, Hewlett-Packard Labs, and Sun Microsystems. His product usability consulting firm, UI Wizards, offers user interface design, usability reviews, usability testing, and training services. After graduating from Yale University with a BA in Experimental Psychology, Jeff earned a PhD in Developmental and Experimental Psychology at Stanford University. He has taught in the Computer Science Departments at Stanford University and Mills College. In 2006, he was an Erskine Teaching Fellow at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Jeff has published numerous articles and book chapters on various topics relating to human-computer interaction, as well as on the impact of technology on society. He frequently gives talks and tutorials on usability and user interface design at conferences and at companies. Jeff is the author of Designing with the Mind in Mind: Simple Guide to Understanding User Interface Design Rules (2010), GUI Bloopers 2.0: Common User Interface Design Don’ts and Dos (2007), Web Bloopers: 60 Common Design Mistakes and How to Avoid Them (2003), and GUI Bloopers: Don’ts and Dos for Software Developers and Web Designers (2000). MoreMore

Jeff Larson

Interaction Designer at Plantronics

As an Interaction Designer at Plantronics, Jeff participates in all phases of the user interface development process—from ideation and opportunity identification to the design and implementation of both hardware and software. He excels in communicating concepts to stakeholders and has a fervent desire to expand and refine his UX skillset. To continue his professional growth, Jeff will be pursuing a master’s degree in UX design. MoreMore

Jennifer Romano Bergstrom

Senior Research Associate at Fors Marsh Group

Jennifer has been conducting quantitative and qualitative user-centered research for over 12 years. At Fors Marsh Group, she runs their user experience efforts both in the field and in their state-of-the-art laboratory. Jennifer is currently the Vice President of UXPA DC and President-Elect of DC-AAPOR. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Central Connecticut State University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Applied/Experimental Psychology from The Catholic University of America. MoreMore

Johanna Kollmann

Senior UX Consultant at EMC Consulting

Johanna started her career in user experience at Siemens in 2004 and has since gained experience in both in-house and agency roles. In London, she previously worked at Flow Interactive and Vodafone. Passionate about building better things through collaboration, Johanna cofounded Design Jam, organizes the Agile UX Meetup London, and is a member of the Balanced Team community. She has presented at the IA Summit, Euro IA, Agile, and several barcamps. She earned a degree in Information Design at FH Joanneum, then her Master’s in Human-Computer Interaction with Ergonomics at University College London. MoreMore

Joi L. Roberts

Design Ambassador at Motorola Consumer Experience Design

During the past 13 years, Joi has worked in a variety of roles within the telecommunications industry, ranging from requirements gathering to software development/validation to user interface design—voice, telephony, and Web—to user-centered process development and institutionalization. Currently, as the Design Ambassador for the Motorola Consumer Experience Design (CXD) team, Joi is responsible for driving strategic initiatives internally and externally around design education, design culture, talent growth and development, and industry contribution. And, in her spare time, Joi is quite active in the UX design community—often organizing or presenting at local and international industry events and conferences. Joi firmly believes that, in order for the UX community to make a real difference in the world, industry and academia must work together to develop design leadership. In her current role and through her industry participation, she seeks to spread this message. MoreMore

Jonathan Follett

Founding Partner and Creative Director at Hot Knife Design and Principal at Involution Studios

At Hot Knife, Jon designs Web sites and applications for a variety of private- and public-sector clients, approaching each project with a strong focus on the use of language and clear communication of the client’s message. He has a passion for typography, its history, and its proper use in design. While Jon’s first design job was for Saul Bellow’s literary magazine, “News from the Republic of Letters,” he has also worked for various Web and multimedia firms in Boston. He was, most recently, lead designer for the Massachusetts Pension Plans Regulatory Agency. Jon co-authored two humorous non-fiction books, “Gray Highway: An American UFO Journey” and “Suburbageddon.” In another life, he plays jazz piano. Jon is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), the Interaction Design Association (IxDA), and the Usability Professionals Association (UPA), Boston Chapter. MoreMore

Joshua Kaufman

Independent Interaction Design Consultant

As a consultant, Joshua focuses on cross-platform interaction design and UX strategy for Web and mobile applications. Previously at Tiny Pictures, Joshua created user-centered designs for Radar, a social media service that lets people engage in visual conversations using camera phone pictures and videos. He holds an M.S. in Human Computer Interaction from University College London, University of London, and has over 8 years of experience in both the United States and Europe. An active member of the UX design community, Joshua is the IxDA SF Community Manager, is a member of BayCHI, and was formerly the London Local Ambassador for UXnet. MoreMore

Kay Corry Aubrey

UX Consultant and Trainer at Usability Resources Inc.

With over 20 years’ of experience as a UX consultant and trainer, Kay has worked independently through her own business, Usability Resources, since 2002. She has helped organizations such as iRobot, the Massachusetts Medical Society, and the Broad Institute maximize their competitiveness by evaluating and optimizing the usability of their products. Kay is Editor in Chief of QRCA VIEWS Magazine. She has a Master’s degree in Information Systems from Northeastern University, where she teaches a class in Usability and UI Design within the Healthcare Informatics program. She also has a Masters in Social Work from Boston University and a BA from McGill University, in Montreal. Kay has written many articles on qualitative research for technology and has spoken on this topic both locally and throughout the United States. MoreMore

Kent Eisenhuth

UX Art Director at Infragistics

Kent has been working in the field of UX design for nearly ten years. During that time, he has led project teams in adopting user-centered design methods to solve complex business and consumer design problems. Kent specializes in user interface design, interaction design, and data visualization. His work has appeared in many publications, including Fast Company. He also has a ties to the academic community in Philadelphia. He currently teaches an interaction design class at the University of Pennsylvania. Kent has presented at international conferences such as IxDA’s Interaction and is a frequent guest lecturer at the universities in the greater Philadelphia area. MoreMore

Kevin Silver

UX Designer at Tyler Technologies

Kevin is an empathetic champion of users and a strong proponent of user-centered design. He strives to design digital products that are simple, elegant, and easy to use. Involved in desktop application design and development since 1995, he started tinkering with HTML in the late 90s—just in time for the flurry of growth on the Web before the big .com bust. Kevin has worked on a diverse range of projects, including designing applications for Indian Health Services (a federal agency), Envision Utility Software, University of New Mexico, Anchor Computer, the United States Air Force, and Web sites for Norwegian Cruise Lines, Dr. Martens, Buck Knives, Museum of the African Diaspora, and Adobe, to name a few. One thing Kevin has learned through all of these engagements is that satisfying the needs and goals of users is central to a successful experience. He is a member of IXDA, IAI, and ASIS&T and has presented at the IA Summit. MoreMore

Kyle Soucy

Founding Principal at Usable Interface

As the founding principal of Usable Interface, a consulting company specializing in product usability and user-centered design, Kyle Soucy has created intuitive user interfaces for a variety of products and Web sites. Her clients range from pharmaceutical giants like Pfizer to publishing powerhouses like McGraw-Hill. Kyle is the Founder and Past President of the New Hampshire Chapter of the Usability Professionals’ Association (NH UPA); has served as the Chair of PhillyCHI, the Philadelphia Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI), and is the local UXnet Ambassador for New Hampshire. She is passionate about the continued growth of the usability and user experience design community. MoreMore

Luca Mascaro

Owner and Lead User Experience Architect at SketchIn

Luca has more than 10 years of experience in information design, user interface design, interaction design, and accessibility for Web sites and Web applications. He is founder of SketchIn—a user experience design and strategy consultancy located in Lugano, Switzerland—and co-founder and UX manager at Phiware Engineering—a Swiss firm specializing in enterprise applications. Luca’s work focuses on agile UX design, applying user-centered design principles to projects for clients such as Generali Assurance, Swiss-Italian Television, the Swiss Post, and Italy’s Innovation Department. Luca is president of IOSHI (International Organization for Standards in Human/Computer Interfaces)—an association that promotes standards in Human/Computer interfaces—is a member of many international organizations—such as IWA/HWG (International Webmasters Association/HTML Writers Guild) and UPA (Usability Professionals’ Association)—and participates in the W3C HTML, Web Content Accessibility, and Web Application working groups as well as that for ISO software ergonomics. MoreMore

Lucinio Santos

User Experience Architect at IBM

For the last eighteen years, Lucinio has been a user experience architect, working on IBM software offerings. During his tenure, he has led, managed, and contributed to usability and design initiatives for systems management, application development, middleware, and portfolio management software. He holds a Ph.D. in Cognitive and Experimental Psychology from the University of New Mexico. MoreMore

Luke Wroblewski

Product at Google and Speaker and Author at LukeW Ideation & Design

An internationally recognized digital product design leader who has designed or contributed to software more than 700 million people use worldwide, Luke is currently Chief Design Officer for the newly launched startup Bagcheck. He is also an Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) at Benchmark Capital and speaker and author at LukeW Ideation & Design. Before embarking on his entrepreneurial career, he was Chief Design Architect (VP) at Yahoo!, where he was responsible for product alignment and forward-looking, integrated customer experiences on the Web, mobile, and TV. Formerly Lead User Interface Designer on the platform team at eBay, Luke led the strategic design of new consumer products and internal tools and processes. He got his start at the University of Illinois, where he taught graduate interface design courses and worked as a Senior Interface Designer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, birthplace of NCSA Mosaic. Luke is the author of two popular design books: Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks and Site-Seeing: A Visual Approach to Web Usability, as well many articles about digital product strategy and design. He is a top-rated speaker at conferences and companies around the world and a cofounder and former Board member of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA). MoreMore

Matt Rintoul

Co-founder at Say Yeah!

Long recognized as a leading user interface designer in Toronto, Matt is particularly adept at finding those key insights that move a product from concept to a great user experience. Over the past 15 years, his design work has run the gamut from financial services to sports, publishing to productivity. Matt has worked for clients large and small, across devices of all shapes and sizes, and particularly enjoys bringing new products to market. Highlights of his design career include theScore, Virgin Mobile, Microsoft, and too many great startups to mention. MoreMore

Matthew Magain

Director at Useractive

Cofounder at UX Mastery

After completing a Masters degree in Engineering, Matt began his Web career in the corporate world, evangelizing Web standards and accessibility at companies like IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers long before it was trendy to do so. He began embracing user-centered design techniques during his time at SitePoint, after editing The Usability Kit, and went on to apply them to spin-off companies such as 99designs and Learnable. In 2010, Matt founded Useractive, a boutique user experience design agency that offers creative services to brands such as Australia Post, Monash University, and Bain & Co, and founded UX Mastery. He has presented at a range of conferences, including UX Australia, Webstock, Web Directions South, Microsoft REMIX, and Tech•Ed. At home with his wife and two daughters, Matt spends his evenings pretending he’s a cartoonist. He recently wrote, illustrated, and self-published a children’s book. MoreMore

Michael Zuschlag

Engineering Psychologist at the John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center

Working in transportation human factors for modes of transport spanning land, sea, and air, Michael’s projects range from airliner flight decks to public transit Web sites. His work encompasses applied experimental research, usability testing and evaluation, statistical analysis, computational modeling of human performance, user interface design, human-computer interface and human factors standards development, and program evaluation. Michael has a doctorate in psychology and a masters in industrial engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. MoreMore

Mike Myles

Principal User Experience Designer at Continuum Managed Services

A software designer since the mid-90s, Mike has worked with teams who were responsible for creating a wide range of Web and rich-client applications serving many varied industries. Before joining Continuum Managed Services, he was a key contributor to design efforts at Autodesk, Oracle, Unica (IBM), Chordiant (PegaSystems), and Bowstreet (IBM). Mike studied electrical engineering and computer science prior to cultivating a career in software design. He is an active member of IxDA, ACM, and the local New Hampshire and Boston chapters of UPA. When not busy improving product user experiences, Mike is an avid performing musician and songwriter. MoreMore

Mudassir Azeemi

Interaction Designer at Wells Fargo

Mudassir works with and learns every day from a team of stellar designers at Wells Fargo. Previously, he was a Software Architect and a UX team of one on a couple of projects. He explores interaction design in his leisure time as well and has created six iOS apps and two for Windows Phone. He is founder of @Qurtaba and @TapPixl, pioneer of Urdu apps on iOS and video filtering on Windows Phone. When time permits, he does freelancing related to all things UX from TapPixl and Qurtaba. MoreMore

Nicola Rovetta

Creative Director at Agency.com

After starting out in classic advertising, Nicola Rovetta moved on to design for Web marketing projects in 1996. For more than a decade, he’s been directing digital creative departments in international networks, often taking charge of interaction design, information architecture, and experience design. At present, Nicola is leading creative in TBWA\’s digital firm, Agency.com, in Italy. He’s been avidly following the rise of the Web from version 1.0 to 3.0, and he actively evangelizes the power of digital culture in Italy. MoreMore

Peter Hornsby

Web Design and UX Manager at Royal London

Peter has been actively involved in Web design and development since 1993, working in the defense and telecommunications industries; designing a number of interactive, Web-based systems; and advising on usability. He has also worked in education, in both industry and academia, designing and delivering both classroom-based and online training. In his role as Web Design and UX Manager at Royal London, Peter is responsible for the user experience of consumer sites; working with business analysts, testers, and developers; setting standards for user experience; and promoting a user-centered design process within the business. Peter has a PhD in software component reuse and a Bachelors degree in human factors, both from Loughborough University, in Leicestershire, UK. He has presented at international conferences and written about reuse, eLearning, and organizational design. MoreMore

Rich Blackwell

Art Director at Metia

With 16 years of experience in marketing and advertising, Rich combines his extensive design skills with his ability to understand client objectives and develop effective strategies to meet their goals. He specializes in brand development, print and Web advertising campaigns, marketing collateral, and Web site design. Rich has delivered compelling designs for clients such as Microsoft, Expedia, LG Electronics, and Casio. MoreMore

Richard F. Cecil

Experience Strategist and Founder at More Better Labs

Rick has nearly a decade of experience envisioning and designing innovative solutions for a variety of companies, including startups, non-profits, universities, and Fortune 100 companies. During his tenure at Motricity, he worked with Cingular, BET, Ask, Alltel, and other clients and was the Design Lead for their core product offering. Rick was a co-founder of both the Interaction Design Group—now the Interaction Design Association (IxDA)—and the Triangle Usability Professionals Association (UPA). Active in the UPA, he also serves on the organizing committee for World Usability Day. Rick is also the UXnet Local Ambassador for Research Triangle Park. MoreMore

Robert Reimann

Principal Interaction Designer, at PatientsLikeMe

Robert has spent the past 20 years pushing the boundaries of digital products as a designer, writer, and consultant and has led dozens of Web, desktop, and device-based interaction design projects, for startups and Fortune 500 companies alike. Robert was a Founding Director of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA) and became its first President in 2006. He has also held advisory board positions for AIGA Experience Design, the Information Architecture Institute, UC Berkeley’s Institute of Design (BiD), and Design Museum Boston. Robert is co-author of three bestselling editions of About Face: The Essentials of Interaction Design. His past positions include Principal interaction Designer at Sonos, Associate Creative Director at frog design, Manager of User Experience at Bose Corporation, and Director of Design R&D at Cooper, where he played a key role in the development and refinement of their goal-directed design methods, including personas and scenario-based design. He has lectured on interaction design and UX methods and principles at major universities and for international industry audiences. MoreMore

Stephanie Schuhmacher

Lead User Experience Designer at Bloomfire

Stephanie has more than 18 years of experience in user-interface (UI) and UX design for Web and mobile applications. At Bloomfire, she leads UX and UI efforts relating to the development of the company’s enterprise knowledge and collaboration software and is responsible for UX prototyping, user interface design, and usability testing. Stephanie is co-founder and organizer of the Ladies That UX, Austin—the local chapter of Ladies That UX, an international organization for women in UX design. She is a former adjunct faculty member of Austin Community College, where she taught and developed the curriculum in Web design and user interface design for the Visual Communications department. She spoke about Money Outside the Mainstream: Designing the Experience of Alternative Financial Products at UXPA Austin’s World Usability Day 2012 event. Stephanie has a B.A. in Art from The University of Texas at Austin with a focus in Transmedia Studio Art. MoreMore

Steven Hoober

President of 4ourth Mobile

For all of his 15-year design career, Steven has been documenting design process. He started designing for mobile full time in 2007 when he joined Little Springs Design. Steven’s work includes Designing by Drawing: A Practical Guide to Creating Usable Interactive Design, the O’Reilly book Designing Mobile Interfaces, and an extensive Web site providing mobile design resources to support his book. Steven has led projects on security, account management, content distribution, and communications services for numerous products, in domains ranging from construction supplies to hospital record-keeping. His mobile work has included the design of browsers, ereaders, search, Near Field Communication (NFC), mobile banking, data communications, location services, and operating system overlays. Steven spent eight years with the US mobile operator Sprint and has also worked with AT&T, Qualcomm, Samsung, Skyfire, Bitstream, VivoTech, The Weather Channel, Bank Midwest, IGLTA, Lowe’s, and Hallmark Cards. He is currently User Experience Architect with diesel engine maker Cummins, in addition to running his own interactive design studio at 4ourth Mobile MoreMore

Tobias Komischke

Director of User Experience at Infragistics

Tobias has been working in the area of user experience for over 10 years. Currently, he is responsible for the user experience on the inside—development—and outside—training and consulting—at Infragistics. At Siemens, he held senior R&D positions at Corporate Technology, Corporate Research, and Medical Solutions, in both Germany and the U.S. Tobias earned a PhD in Economics and Social Sciences, from Universität Kassel, in Germany. He has reviewed papers for several international technical journals and conferences and has published more than 30 articles. He is a member of ACM, HFES, and UPA. MoreMore

Tyler Tate

Cofounder of TwigKit

Tyler leads user experience at TwigKit where he helps government, not-for-profit, and blue-chip organizations build superb search experiences. Tyler organizes the Enterprise Search London Meetup, is the creator of the Semantic Grid System, and has led the design of big Web applications, including Nutshell CRM. MoreMore

Whitney Hess

User Experience Design Consultant

Based in New York City, Whitney is an independent UX design consultant. She helps make stuff easy and pleasurable to use. Whitney is a strategic partner with Happy Cog and UX consultant for boxee, among other startups, agencies, and major corporations. Prior to going independent, she was on the design team at Liquidnet. Previously, she was an interaction designer at the marketing agencies Digitas and Tribal DDB, where her clients included American Express, The New York Times, Allstate, Claritin, Tropicana, and EarthLink. Though she began her higher education in computer science, Whitney received a Bachelor of Arts in Professional Writing and a Master’s degree in Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University. MoreMore

Will Hacker

Lead Interaction Designer at GE Capital

Will is a senior UX professional and the author of Mobile Prototyping with Axure 7. He has spent several years working exclusively on mobile design, prototyping, and usability testing. He holds a Master’s in Human-Computer Interaction from DePaul University. Will has written about experience design for Boxes and Arrows, Smashing Magazine, UX Booth, and UX Magazine and is a frequent speaker at design events in Chicago.

Follow Will’s tweets at @willhacker or visit his Web site, willhacker.net. MoreMore

Yanfei Ma

PhD Candidate, School of Information Science & Learning Technologies at University of Missouri

Yanfei was previously a Senior UX Researcher at the University of Missouri’s Information Experience Lab. She has conducted usability evaluations of Web applications and participated in and led user experience research. Formerly, as a User Interface Designer at the Applications Development Network (ADN) of University of Missouri, she worked with developers to create and develop mobile apps, design and develop a kiosk touchscreen application, and provide usability consulting on ADN applications. She is also an elearning professional and is proficient in instructional design and technology. She holds a Master’s in Educational Technology. MoreMore

Yohan Creemers

Partner at Ylab

Trained as an industrial design engineer at TU Delft, Yohan has worked as a designer of digital products since 1995. In 2001, he founded Ylab, a design studio based in Utrecht. As Chair of IxDA Nederland and the Design by Fire conferences, Yohan is one of the driving forces behind the interaction design community in the Netherlands. MoreMore