Join UX@UA for an open discussion about UX at Intel and strategies for growing the UX footprint and environment at the UA. This will be an interactive session for those interested in growing our UX abilities here at the UA and in Tucson.
John Sherry is Director of Business Innovation Research at Intel Labs. John joined Intel in 1997 as the company’s first anthropologist, serving as a founding member of what was then called Intel’s People and Practices Research Lab. Subsequently, he has served in a variety of positions, including director of User Experience Design in Intel’s Digital Health Group, before taking on his current role His research has always involved understanding ordinary people in their everyday settings, including the complex social, economic and technical systems in which we are all embedded. The purpose of this research is to help Intel better imagine and invent new uses and experiences of computing. He holds a PhD in Anthropology (1995, University of Arizona) and a BS in Computer Science. He lives in Portland with his wife and sons.
We also encourage you to attend Sherry's campus lecture on 2/21 at 2pm.
Want to meet and collaborate with fellow user experience (UX) professionals at the University of Arizona? Students, faculty, and staff at the UA interested in UX of all sorts and all levels are welcome. We'll talk user research, UX/UI design, content strategy, information architecture, journey mapping, persona building, and more.
We also have a Slack team - anyone with a UA email address come join our conversation.
If you're not at UA but want to connect with us, feel free to join our meetups and contact Rebecca to be invited to our Slack team. All are welcome!