Jonathan is an experience designer who has spent more than a decade engaged in nearly every facet of software design and implementation. He brings UX deliverables to life through his extensive knowledge of prototyping, and his skills have been brought to bear for Standard & Poor’s, The Gilt Group, messagefirst, Happy Cog, and many others. He’s rocked the UX casbah on projects for S&P, Mozilla, Time, Purex, Keds, Gilt, and ADP, and his solutions have a penchant for seeing the light of day.
As the man behind the UX scene, Jonathan is responsible for the IDEA2009, Interaction|10, IA Summit 2010, IDEA2010 websites, Interaction Eleven and IAS Summit 2012 mobile web apps, he served as Technical Director for Interaction12 in Dublin, and is ever engaged in a least half-a-dozen other UX community sites, initiatives, and activities.
He is a Strategic Advisor for Rosenfeld Media, and recently served on the Advisory Board for the IA Institute. Jonathan has also led workshops on collaborative sketching and prototyping at IDEA, Interaction, IA Summit, and Big Design conferences.
Jonathan has a masters degree in Comparative Political Science from the University of California, San Diego. While at UCSD, he sought to improve research methodology by using available technologies to work more efficiently in the study of comparative electoral systems, voter strategy, and other related sub-fields.