Any time there was a question when a team needed a final word on what controls to use or how to implement a feature within the software we were building, Everett was always there to help us brainstorm, iterate and figure out the most effective solution for our needs.
Frank Bisono, Senior Information Architect Lead, Expedia
Everett conducted a 3 day User Experience Design Essentials Workshop at our Pune office. It was a “fast-paced” workshop with an excellent mix covering concepts, principles, design process, and hands-on exercises. Attendees were from our product creation team with varied experience. Everett’s ability to connect to audience and make every attempt to answer queries from broader UI areas is commendable. Workshop exercises were carefully selected from our current products. It helped us to gain confidence in how easily these UI principles can be used in our daily work. I am excited towards applying these further to make our products more intuitive and easy to use.
Jaydeep Gaikwad, Senior Manager Software Development ANSYS
Everett was consistently a go-to-guy for questions related to standards in interaction design within Microsoft.
Kent Sullivan, Principal User Experience Researcher, Microsoft Corporation
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On November 14, 2013, 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.