Kim is currently a UX designer at Tactile, focusing on complex interaction systems across both industrial and consumer products. Before Tactile, Kim contracted at several prominent Seattle studios, including Artefact and Pop, and spent time in San Francisco freelancing for start-ups. Kim is also a skilled writer and videographer. She believes the line that once divided print, interaction and motion design is now obsolete, encouraging designers to think in highly diverse ways that put experience above form.
User Experience Design
In this course, students learn to build wireframes, implement best practices for common design patterns and analyze business goals from a user perspective.
Break Into UX
Join us for a panel to learn more about what a UX Designer does day-to-day, and what skills you’ll need to be successful in the field.