I am honored that my article on improv and UX is cited in an excellent post on LinkedIn about the importance of user experience.
An interview with O’Reilly’s online design blog, Radar, about how I became a UX designer. I discuss my journey into UX from theatre and print design and provide advice for others wanting to enter the field.
I presented “Just Say ‘Yes’: Enhancing UX Skills Through Improv” during a three hour workshop at Midwest UX in October 2015, using improv to help designers improve collaboration and communication skills.
UX Magazine published an article I wrote about theatre and how it can be applied to the role of a UX designer. The article was also later published on the Nerdery.com blog.
Along with my apprenticeship lead and a fellow former apprentice, I discussed the benefits of mentorship for UX designers and how to find the right mentor.