My perspective on teaching and course content has been informed by my direct experience throughout the entire UX ecosystem: as a student, practitioner, hiring manager, professor and program director.
I believe each of these constituents nurtures the other–that is, the sum of the voices being greater than the individual parts. A class should reflect equal measures of theory, hands-on practice, industry-standard tools, while at the same time allowing for ample space for productive experimentation (and sometimes failure).
I can help by teaching:
- Qualitative Research & Design Ethnography
- User Experience Design: Interaction Design, Service Design, Information Architecture
- User Research Methods
- Design Storytelling
- Prototyping and Validation