Linsday Moore and Austin Brown: Human-centered Design and the Intersection of Physical and Digital Worlds

1 May 2011 - 3:53pm
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Yohan Creemers
2008

Lindsay Moore is a User Experience Architect at EffectiveUI where she specializes in user-centered design practices, helping clients such as Rosetta Stone and Sports Authority solve complex data and usability challenges for Web, mobile and desktop applications. Her background is in Liberal and Fine Arts, but she became designer after figuring out that it was much more interesting to solve creative problems for people other than herself. Lindsay is interested in the way people interact with objects, systems, society and the environment, and strives to create experiences that help people better understand the information surrounding them, communicate with one another, and most importantly, thrive in a technology-heavy world.

Lindsay holds two Bachelor's degrees in Fine Art from New College of Florida and the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design. When sheis not looking for ways to make user experience more effective, more rewarding and more human, she spends her time playing bass in a local band, cheering on the Denver Nuggets and practicing yoga.

Austin Brown joined EffectiveUI in 2010 as a User Experience Designer after graduating from the Savannah College of Art & Design with a BFA in Industrial Design. Prior to joining EffectiveUI, Austin had the opportunity to live and work in Hong Kong as an industrial design intern for VTech Communications, where he helped design consumer electronics devices for the European market. Austin's background in industrial design helps guide his eye for designing digital interactions and experiences for clients such as Microsoft.

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