User Experience Analyst - Argonne National Laboratory
Teaching User Experience to Children
Have you ever felt stumped on how to explain user experience to a child? As the familiarity of user experience increases (i.e. user-centric products, UX college courses, UX events), there is a subconscious need to teach future generations the meaning behind user experience. In my talk, I will explain various methods to teach aspects of user experience to children in the following roles, Information Architect, UX Designer, Interaction Designer, UI Designer and Product Designer.
Liza Booker is a User Experience Analyst at Argonne National Laboratory, where she maintains and improves key user workflows, writing scripts by using Python and UNIX, and generates performance and usage metrics. Her educational history consists of a Master of Science in Library and Information Science, a Bachelors of Art in English, and a second B.A. in Rhetoric with a minor in Informatics. During her career, Booker has worked for various companies, including the City Colleges of Chicago, University of Illinois, Chicago Tribune, and National Association of Women Lawyers. For leisure, Liza enjoys creative writing, traveling, and caring for her bossy cat.