In this episode of the Anthro to UX podcast, Lauryl Zenobi speaks with Matt Artz about her UX journey. Lauryl earned a MA in archaeology from the University of Washington in 2015 and currently works as Principal UX Researcher at Ad Hoc.
About Lauryl Zenobi
Lauryl is a Principal UX researcher who brings human-centered design to Federal Government agencies. A recovering archaeologist, Lauryl uses her background in anthropology to build empathy with users and improve complex digital services. Check out her book “I want a UX job!“, a how-to-guide for a career change into UX research, at iwantauxjob.com.
About I Want a UX job!
Every researcher started somewhere. Most stumbled into UX from other career paths without any guidance. This practical book will teach you how to translate your past experiences and frame yourself as a budding researcher. Along the way you’ll learn how to develop your skills, join the research community, build your research portfolio, write your UX resume, and find and interview for UX research jobs. If you want a career in UX research, this book is for you. Buy a copy here.