Episode 8 – Never Hustle Backwards (Part 2)

Hosts: Dr. Kyla McMullen and Dr. Jeremy Waisome

Guest: Nancy Douyon (@therealnancydouyon)

Description:  Humanities in technology and culture in research.  Users in design and training the teacher. Branding herself for conscious customizing. These are a few of Nancy’s favorite things.  In the sequel to her previous episode, Nancy schools us on the importance of inclusive UX (user experience) design and adapting technology to have a conscience. It’s impossible to design for a population that you don’t seek to understand, and she has made this her brand.  

Bio: Nancy Douyon is a trailblazer in human experience design with over 15 years of industry experience building scalable user research platforms and revitalizing user interfaces at leading companies such as Uber, Google, IBM, Cisco, and Intel. Throughout her career, Nancy has gained a reputation for delivering big results in a culturally honest and purposeful way with hundreds of products deployed in over 80 countries worldwide. She consults globally on remote user research methods and development in emerging markets. Her past research examined design frameworks around the promotion, development, and implementation of global policies around user experiences in tech.

 

Nancy is currently developing the Douyon Signature Labs, Silicon Valley’s first social enterprise research institute focused on bridging the gap between human potential and tech innovations. She is proudly Haitian, has traveled to over 70 countries, and speaks fluent sarcasm. In her spare time, she lectures on user experience methodologies, dances in Carnivals all over the place, and lives her best life as written in her forthcoming book.

  

2 comments on Never Hustle Backwards – Episode 008

  1. Latrice says:

    Awesome and very inspiring….this has me thinking about my next move. Keep up the good work!

    1. kylanol says:

      You know we have to get you here next!

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