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And if you would like to learn more about how I got into UX Design and Research, you are on the right page: just keep scrolling.
How I got started in UX Design and Research
I got my start in UX Design and Research as a Philosophy professor. Strange, right? But it's true. Philosophy taught me the value of exploring problem spaces to accurately define problems. Teaching drove home the value of user research and user-centered design: understanding my students and their goals so I could create lessons for them.
Through a series of serendipitous encounters, I learned that what I enjoyed about teaching was, effectively, the role of a UX Researcher and Designer. And the more I learned about UX, the more I saw it as the right fit for me. Before too long, I ended up as a UX Designer at AF CyberWorx.
What I've been working on
Currently I'm a UX Designer for AF CyberWorx. CyberWorx tackles problems across the Air Force and DoD, which has given me the opportunity to work on a broad range of problems.
The problems I've been able to help solve encompass communication networks and devices, wayfinding and navigation, object detection and augmented reality (AR), workforce/manpower management, personnel recovery, and data QA.
What I'm curious about
I'm interested in how to leverage technology and psychology to encourage beneficial human behavior. For me, human-centered design is an opportunity to create something beneficial for the user by understanding what they're trying to do, how they perceive the world, and what's getting in their way.
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