Im Erin, a thriving UX, strategy, and consultant to digital products, you know, websites and apps and whatnot. I pride myself on working hard to find the best solution to any UX or strategy problem no matter what the project.
Ive worked on everything from the complex (geospacial, aviation, geotargeting) to the every day (ecommerce, iOS and Android apps, and websites).
I currently work at Shutterstock as a Product Design Manager and a Senior Product Designer. Since coming on the team in early 2018 I have been able to make an impact on several products at Shutterstock including the 4 mobile apps and the Editor product.
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To be a Machine
So far this book has gone beyond opening my eyes to what a future might look like for the human body. Some of it cool, much of it kinda frightening.
From Audible: Meet the visionaries, billionaires, professors, and programmers who are using groundbreaking technology to push the limits of the human body - our senses, our intelligence, and our lifespans.
Talk Like Ted is an excellent read for anyone looking to convey ideas in a better way. There are tips and examples in this book that can make not only your presentations better but overall story telling and communication. I throughly enjoyed this book
After reading Amy Webb's book below I became more interested in the history of Nintendo and how their struggles and successes along the way. This book has been fun for me to read and reminisce about the games of my youth. Super Mario, how Nintendo conquered America is a great book for any entrepreneur.
How to Win Friends and Influence People is an old book, no doubt, but the tips in here are still relevant today. This book has helped me take the time to learn and understand people better. It has made me a better communicator and team member.
Unstoppable, by our favorite "science guy" Bill Nye, is such a fun and easy read. It takes concepts and gives you easy ways to understand and talk about them in your own circles. I just loved hearing Nye's first hand retelling of going to the south pole to see and measure trapped air the core samples. Just fascinating.
He spends perhaps too much time talking about competing with his friend Ed Begley Jr, but I like him too so ill let it slide. Side bar, have you seen Ed in Future Man yet? OMG go now and watch it, its an entertaining show.