Not only was his ability to document, advocate, and make great decisions about UX, Everett had a great style of managing without managing. Helping and training people from so many different groups at so many different levels has a style all its own, and Everett was fantastic at it. I would recommend talking to Everett about any task that required strong User Experience, training, or customer knowledge.
I had the luxury of taking Everett's UX Design Essentials course in Durham, NC with a few others at our company. It was a great course and he had good teaching style. My favorite was the discussion on responsive/mobile design. A few weeks after the course, there are tangible UX design practices that we put in to practice and are excited to see the effect they have on our users.
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On November 14, 2012, I presented "Great UX without time, money, or design skills" to the Stanford Igniters in Mountain View, CA. Here is a summary of the presentation, plus a link to the deck and various related resources.