Elizabeth Rosenzweig – Ep 19 & 20

Part 1

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Part 2

About Elizabeth Rosenzweig

Elizabeth is an entrepreneur, author, and educator working on making the world a better place through projects that strengthen the user experience. Her original training in photography and graphic design was balanced by her research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab where she worked on the usability of Voting machines. Prior to that, Elizabeth worked for imaging in companies such as Eastman Kodak, Agfa and DuPont before opening her consulting practice. Practicing for over 15 years, her projects have changed people’s life’s for the better. Elizabeth teaches masters programs such as Bentley University and Brandeis University and various organizations worldwide. Elizabeth is the Founder and Director of World Usability Day and author of “Successful User Experience: Strategy’s and Roadmaps” a book that brings it all together, methods, theory, design and research . https://designresearchforgood.org/

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Show Notes

All times are approximate – hh:mm

Part 1

State of UX :01
What we call what we do :02
World Usability Day :08
Design Challenge


Ivan Sutherland

Apple & the one button mouse :24
Phone & technology usability & accessibility :25
Selling accessibility :31

UXPA Boston – Panel

Part 2

Finding the right clients :02

Bringing diversity to the team :03

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Meeting people where they are :05
Dealing with the struggles of design :10
Career advice :16