I'm a UX designer and Conversational UI specialist who creates software products and related written / visual content. My content has been published in news sites, journals, books and periodicals for large audiences worldwide.
Storytelling Organizations, David M Boje, PhD, New Mexico State University
I wrote a chapter in this reference book and collaborated with Professor Boje on methodologies and org storytelling theory.
Compiled and edited by the leading scholar in this field, Storytelling Organization explores how narrative and storytelling are key dimensions of organizational strategy, development and learning process.
Paper on collaborative medical knowledge site that I designed. Published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research
The project was led by Johns Hopkins University and had participation from UNC School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health. I provided the platform design and methodologies for tracking and analyzing patterns of healthcare knowledge sharing on the site.
Paper on Internet Protocol IPv6 (the current standard for communications across the global internet).
I collaborated with leading network engineers to craft a paper describing the next-gen internet communications protocol. Was reviewed and published by the internet standards body and has been read widely for many years.
What does the education of a UX designer/researcher look like?
UX is relentlessly cross-discipline, which allows us to understand the human factors of user populations and the care-abouts of each individual user in their own context. Multi-discipline training also gives us the ability to converse and think deeply with all the various corporate teams, stakeholders and domain experts: engineering, marketing, finance, legal, client services, etc.
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Security papers and articles for leading cyber-intellence providers:
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