My name is Dylan Fox.

I'm a UX designer specializing in virtual and augmented reality.

I believe that good design empowers its users. I aim to create inclusive virtual & augmented reality applications that enable users to improve themselves, communicate better, and create new things.

Media Apps

Via Behance

What I Do

Usability Detective

“Data! Data! Data! I cannot make bricks without clay.”
-Sherlock Holmes

I listen, research, and conduct usability tests to understand your users and root out where and why they have trouble using your service.

UX Architect

“We shape our buildings, and afterwards, our buildings shape us.”
-Winston Churchill

I create information architectures, wireframes, and interfaces that ensure your service makes sense to users and supports their needs.

How I Design

1. Listen

Understand the needs and constraints of your stakeholders.

2. Research

Learn the competitive landscape and past approaches.

3. Ideate

Brainstorm solutions that fit the criteria.

4. Prototype

Refine a solution and create a testable version.

5. Test

Find flawed assumptions and room for improvement.

6. Repeat

Continue refining and testing until satisfactory.

Who I Am

Dylan Fox

My name is Dylan Robert Fox. I'm currently studying UX design and Virtual Reality at UC Berkeley's School of Information. Until recently I was designing media applications for some big name brands; before that, I  graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a focus in human-centered design. I love to play board games or roll some dice in Dungeons and Dragons. I live in Oakland with my cat, Schrödinger.

Email: dylan@drfoxdesign.com
Phone: 510-764-3699
Twitter: @UsabilityFox
Blog: Medium
LinkedIn: DylanRFox
Resume (PDF)