As I wrote in an earlier blog, the Infragistics’ UX team was named a 2017 Interaction Design Association’s (IxDA) international awards competition finalist. It was a great honor to have been selected by the judges for our redesign of the complex, scientific software that controls Keysight Technology’s line of Atomic Force Microscopes.
As Infragistics’ user experience consulting group, the UX work that we do for our clients doesn’t always get the public recognition it deserves. While our efforts measurably improve the working lives of thousands of individuals across all industry verticals, our proudest achievements are often celebrated only by the project teams and the other UX folks here in the office. On the evening of February 8th, we celebrated with others in our profession!
No, we didn’t win but there is honor in being selected and no shame in being runner up against the best examples of interaction design from across the world! Plus, we did get to go home with a trophy…which made us feel better ;-)
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Kevin Richardson has been working in the area of user experience for more than 25 years. With a PhD in Cognitive Psychology, he has experience across business verticals in the fields of research, evaluation, design and management of innovative, user-centered solutions.
On the weekends, you can find Kevin on his motorcycle, racing for Infragistics Racing at a number of different racetracks on the East coast.