Thomas Wendt is a user experience strategy and research consultant based in New York City. He specializes in user research, experience strategy, product strategy, and continuous learning. Thomas is part theorist and part practitioner, ﬁrmly believing that theory and practice need to learn how to play nice if we’re ever going to be truly innovative. He comes from a background in psychology, philosophy, and literary theory. He frequently writes, speaks, and teaches on a variety of specialized topics including context-aware computing, philosophy and design, mobile UX, knowledge work, lean process and theory, and semiotics. Through his consulting practice, Surrounding Signiﬁers, he has worked with agencies, startups, and Fortune 100 companies on projects ranging from mobile and tablet design to NUI design to new product development within innovation labs. He is currently building Praxicum, a network for digital knowledge workers. Find him on Twitter or visit his website to get in touch.
It is really just an introductory courses. If you are interested in taking UX seriously, then this class can give you an idea what UX is and what they do. The instructor is very helpful and good at presentation.
I really enjoyed the class. Interesting, informative, good instructor. You have 5 stars rated as INCREDIBLE, so it didn't hit that status. Thus, four stars!
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