Chris has established a design culture at Nasdaq by empowering the designer as strategist and maker and is as comfortable presenting product strategy to the C-Suite as he is at leading a usability test or coaching junior designers on his team.
Chris has taught principles of interaction design and website development at the Corcoran College of Art & Design and founded UX Show and Tell, a casual workshop to promote actionable design critique within the design community.
After organizing the first UX Show and Tell workshop in Washington DC in 2009, Chris has since led or helped organize workshops across the globe, including Interaction 10 and 11, the IA Summit, and UX Russia.
Some of his clients have included: Merck, the Library of Congress, Behavior Design, Catalyst Group, Hillcrest Labs, Folio Investing, FINRA, American Chemical Society, US News and World Report, Georgetown University, University of Maryland, National Geographic, the National Park Service, and much more.
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