Tom A.

Location:

Champaign, IL

Member since:

September 21, 2013

Do you have a favorite UX/IA/UI book and if so why?

About the only UX book I've read is "Don't Make Me Think" by Steve Krug. I read it for an intro to web design class. It's pretty basic and a bit dated, but I still learned quite a bit from it, having never done that sort of design before.

What do you do (or want to do) related to the UX field?

As a student I worked on a project to create a virtual museum for the College of Engineering. My current job at Wolfram does not involve UX, but I'm still interested in learning more about the field, I enjoyed my work with the museum project.

What's the one tool that you couldn't live without? (Analog or digital)

Well I am very attached to my desktop computer.... It's not terribly portable though.

What's your Twitter handle?

No answer yet

Introduction

My name is Tom. I'm a data curator at Wolfram Research. I like sci-fi novels and airplanes.


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