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Tuesday, October 6 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Wearables: A UX Exploration (panel)

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Wearable devices are the hottest thing since the iPhone. They have been the buzzword in the tech industry the whole year. Now that the Apple Watch is in the marketplace, UX Designers are being asked to consider how to design for wearables and what a UX strategy around wearables looks like for their various organizations. In this panel presentation, we'll talk about what that looks like with seasoned UX Designers designing for wearables.

Moderators
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Judith Siegel

Senior Interaction Designer and Usability Engineer, Ericsson
Judith Siegel is a Senior Interaction Designer and Usability Engineer at Ericsson, based in Piscataway, NJ. Until January, she was a Senior User Experience Designer for three and a half years at CNN Digital, working in the Design Experience Group. Prior to that, she previously worked at the Centers for Disease Control, VMware, and Fiserv, as well as other companies and organizations. Siegel holds a Master of Science in Human­Computer... Read More →

Speakers
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Maribeth G. Coleman

Senior Research Scientist, Interactive Media Technology Center at Georgia Tech
Dr. Maribeth Gandy is the Director of the Wearable Computing Center and of the Interactive Media Technology Center within the the Institute for People and Technology at Georgia Tech. She received a B.S. in Computer Engineering as well as a M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. In her fourteen years as a research faculty member her work has been focused on the intersection of technology for augmented reality, mobile/wearable... Read More →
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Zach Pousman

Principal, Thinky.org
Zach Pousman is a digital innovator and strategist. Zach helps companies decide on what to tackle and, depending on the project, leads agency and client teams to build products or launch the service. Zach takes an ethnographic approach to understanding customers and their behaviors. It’s a delicate balance: become an insider, accepted by the community, while at the same time retaining the outside perspective. Zach’s favorite design... Read More →
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Hunter Spence

Technical Director, Second Story
Hunter leads the technology direction for capability development, project delivery, and R&D in Atlanta’s Second Story Lab. Prior to joining Second Story Atlanta, Hunter was a founding member of SapientNitro’s Mobile & Emerging Experience Studio where he was the Integrated Delivery Lead and Capability Development Lead. Hunter holds a BS in Computer Science from Georgia Tech, with a focus on Human Computer Interaction (HCI... Read More →


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