At its core, UX design is about solving real-world problems and creating products that make people's lives easier.
As businesses continue to transition to an online-first approach, the need for intuitive and user-friendly interfaces has never been more important—and the demand for UX designers has skyrocketed, accordingly. But that's not the only reason why UX design is such an exciting field to be in.
In this webinar with Christina Keighley, we go in-depth to talk about how UX design continues to be a core requirement in the digital age, and why now is the perfect time to dive into the field of UX design.
About Christina Keighley
Christina's 20+ year career in UX runs the gamut from the agencies of Madison Avenue to the hot shot digital shops of Silicon Beach.
With a couple of Clio Awards and a few Webby's to show for it, she has UX'd everything from websites, apps, campaigns, and kiosks to streaming video on demand platforms and even an interactive holographic game for the world's top brands including Adobe, Netflix, Dell, MasterCard, Expedia, Disney and Comic-con.
Prior to her life in UX, Christina attended NYU film school and worked in film production at Saturday Night Live and PBS. She's a former stand-up comic, having performed in too numerous to mention dives across the San Fernando Valley.