User Experience Design
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My name is Dylan R. Fox and I’m a user experience designer.

I believe good design empowers its users.

Banner image: blind user testing our Augmented Reality for Visually Impaired People project.


When I first went to college, I majored in mechanical engineering. Not because I was enamored with thermodynamics or stress fractures, but because I loved applying problem solving to human-scale problems. That love has led me to practice human-centered design, the art of reconciling the amazing capabilities of today’s technology with the needs and capabilities of people.

Now, I aim to design accessible products that enable users to create, communicate, live, and learn. I dream of a future where people of all genders, ethnicities, and capabilities can access technology intuitively and affordably to better themselves and the world around them.



1 Listen

1. Listen

Listen to stakeholders to learn their needs.

2 Research

2. Research

Research past solutions and relevant principles.

3 Ideate

3. Ideate

Brainstorm solutions that fit the requirements.

4 Prototype

4. Prototype

Refine a solution and create a testable prototype.

5 Test

5. Test

Find flawed assumptions and get user feedback.

6 Repeat

6. Repeat

Continue refining and testing as resources permit.