Julie Blitzer is an independent User Experience Consultant for digital agencies, startups and technology companies. She helps companies better understand and serve their audiences through design research and a unique interdisciplinary background in politics, business and mathematics.
Julie worked as a UX Designer for JOOR, AppNexus and UX Lead for Advomatic. She has donated instruction and mentoring to Girls Who Code and StartupWeekend NYC. Past speaking appearances include SXSW Interactive 2010 & 2011, Netroots Nation, IPDI's Politics Online and Organizing 2.0.
UX Research for Doers: Make Better Products with Usability Testing (Online Class)
In this class, you’ll learn practical strategies for how to run your first usability test and analyze the results.
5 UX Design Tools for Your Next Project (Online Class)
By the end of the class, you should be able to choose the best UX documentation for your projects and begin to execute them.
User Research Methods for Lean Teams (Online Class)
This session introduces six quick (and cheap) methods for user experience design research.
UX Research for Doers: Iterate your Idea with User Interviews (Online Class)
In this class, you’ll learn practical strategies for how to prepare for, run, and analyze your first non-directed interview.
Six UX Strategies to Make Your Site More User-Friendly (Online Class)
Learn six basic UX design strategies that can help amplify your website’s message.
UX Design for Non-Designers: Wireframe in OmniGraffle (Online Class)
In this one-hour class, you can learn enough features of Omnigraffle to begin wireframing your next screen experience.
How to Get a Job as a UX Designer (Online Class)
Julie will give non-designers concrete steps they can take to get their feet wet, build a portfolio, interview successfully, and land jobs.