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 communicate, innovate, and educate.
Virtual and Augmented Reality
Siemens Augmented Reality for Industry
Working with Siemens researchers, I designed & developed a front-end augmented reality interface for an infrastructure repair & maintenance tool over the course of an 11 week internship.
3D Element Selection in Virtual Reality
Leading a team of graduate and undergraduate students, we designed and prototyped a tool for selecting elements of a 3D object in VR and tested against a 2D CAD program.
Published in Human Computer Interaction International 2018.
Eyes for the Blind
What if people with blindness could hear the silent objects around them? With AR, we make it happen.
Expected completion May 2019.
From 2013 to 2017, I worked at design consultancies specializing in multi-platform video on demand applications. These projects taught me how to work with brands in order to showcase brand values and content, and how to advocate for good design from requirements to release. Via Behance
My undergraduate years at UC Berkeley gave me a chance to learn design fundamentals and have some fun expressing mechanical creativity.
What I Do
How I Design
Who I Am
My name is Dylan Robert Fox. I'm a professional UX designer and published researcher focusing on the design of virtual and augmented reality. I'm currently finishing a master's degree in Information Management and Systems at UC Berkeley's School of Information.
I'm passionate about matching the capabilities of new technologies to users' real-world needs, so if you're in Oakland and want to discuss the next big idea, drop me a line!