PRLog - Jan. 25, 2013 - ALBANY, Calif. -- San Francisco - The User Experience practitioner must bridge the gap between design and technology. This is challenging enough when there is a team of UX professionals to communicate and collaborate within the product development function, and there are further obstacles for small UX teams. Knowing how to deal with having fewer resources, feeling creative isolation, and confronting organizational ignorance and/or hostility is key to the survival of solo UX practitioner.
Vince Baskerville, Product Manager, Core Community at Lithium and Co-Founder at TripLingo will share his first hand lessons on overcoming the unique challenges of being a one person UX team on Monday, January 28, 2013 at the simultaneous times of 10:00 AM Pacific Time, 11:00 AM MST Denver, 12 Noon CST Chicago, and 1:00 PM EST Boston. Participants are welcome to listen live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
Vince says, "I'm passionate about crafting highly intuitive and engaging digital products and excited to talk with other professionals about the challenges faced by User Experience professionals in startups and small teams on the Global Product Management Talk broadcast and at the February 7 Startup Product Summit in San Francisco."
About Vince Baskerville
Vince is a product guy @LithiumTech, co-founder @TripLingo, an avid member of the tech community, founder for Atlanta User Experience Group, and papa-2-be with his beautiful wife. He attempts to maintain an industry blog at VincentJordan.com, and ran 8BitFeed.com. He's been working as a Developer and Designer for over a decade and is known for crafting highly intuitive/engaging digital products — in addition for being an adrenaline junkie! He's had the opportunity to work for the military, educational institutions, creative agencies and startups. Currently, much of his time is being focused on Lithium, and advising a few local startups.
TripLingo is a handy app for travelers visiting foreign countries to help them learn useful words and phrases.
Lithium social solutions help the world’s most iconic brands to build brand nations—vibrant online communities of passionate social customers. Lithium delivers real social media marketing ROI for clients such as AT&T, BT, Best Buy, Indosat, Sephora, and Telstra, turning their customers' passion into marketing, product development, sales, and customer service assets.
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