10 UX Influencers To Follow Now
Mobile UX London, a one-day User Experience & usability conference to learn and develop skills in Mobile User Experience in London UK. Not sure which UX influencers to follow? Want to follow experts who share content regularly? We have done our research and found some of the most popular influencers out there:
|Scott Jenson @scottjenson|
One of the famous UX Influencers, Scott Jenson has worked in several user experience related positions at Google such as: Product Strategy and Manager of Mobile UX. He has also founded several companies and began his career at Apple Computers as a UI Designer.
|Johanna Kollman @johannakoll|
With over 10 years of experience working in user experience, Johanna has worked on product management, user research, UX design and service design. She has helped both small and big companies improve their user experience.
If you want to read fresh UX content you can always seek Julie’s posts on medium. She writes on a bi-weekly basis about everything UX related. Julie has worked for over 10 years at Facebook and is currently the VP of Product Design there.
With constant efforts to promote user experience, Jared Spool has over 30 years of experience in the area. Recently, alongside with Dr. Leslie Jensen-Inman, he is creating a school in Chattanooga, TN to prepare UX designers for the industry.
One of the most famous UX Influencers, Catalina Naranjo-Bock, currently working as a Senior UX Researcher at Google, Catalina works on creating UX research with video creators, both big and small, at Youtube. She has written several articles around UX and is definitely one to watch!
Patrick Neeman runs the famous usabilitycounts.com ux website. He is also the Sr. Director of UX at iCertis and has worked in the past with Microsoft.
|Don Norman @jnd1er|
Probably one of the most popular UX designers out there, Don Norman works in several renowned companies such as IDEO, Nielsen Norman Group, and UC San Francisco.
With over 20 years of experience in tech, Laura has worked most of her professional career in product management and user experience design. You can always find useful information on her books: Build Better Products and UX for Lean Startups.
Currently the product director at Google. Luke Wroblewski has sold a successful start-up to Google (Polar) and another one to twitter (Bagcheck). He also wrote a few web design books which turned out to become quite popular. He has his hands on a great deal of user experience related articles.
Currently the principal designer at Adobe, founder of Design Department and the design chair at Wildcard. On top of all that, he is also an experienced blogger. Khoi Vinh has a great reputation preceding him. In September 2011 he made part of the list of “The 50 Most Influential Designers in America” by the Fast Company