Hillel worked for Microsoft from mid-1997 to late 2006 as a program manager, a product unit manager, and all the positions in between. While at Microsoft he helped ship Internet Explorer for the Macintosh, several versions of MSN Explorer, and the Windows Vista User Experience. Hillel built the user experience discipline in those organizations to a level of expertise and accomplishment that helped deliver a new level of polished and usable products from Microsoft. After the Vista user experience had been conceived and designed he founded the team that incubated and released several versions of Microsoft Max.
Break(fast) Into UX
Learn about what a UX Designer does day-to-day, and what skills you’ll need to be successful in the field.