There’s been some debate in the community recently about whether UX is considered a design discipline, so we’ve been talking to UX designers in lots of different fields to get a better look at just why UX is so important. And thanks to Alex Binder, that’s how I met Tony Turner, a UX designer in Cleveland, Ohio.
Tony started off with talking about how he first learned about UX, and how he’s used his skills in both the insurance and technology industries. We also delve a bit into the topic of wearables for medical use, and he gives some great advice on how designers can challenge themselves by solving problems in fields outside of just visual design. You might look at UX a bit differently after this episode!
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