An introduction in 100 words
My educational background is in cognitive science, which is basically the study of human cognitive capabilities and limitations.
On the one hand, I use that background to help design and evaluate the interfaces that mediate all our interactions with the world around us: the technology we use, the environments in which we operate, the tasks we perform, and even the people with whom we interact.
On the other, I use my training in experimentation and measurement both to evaluate those interfaces, and to see how (and whether) people use the products behind them.
Experimentation Lead in product innovation at Nordea Bank
over 10 years working with software, hardware, and system interfaces in a variety of domains, including finance, telecommunications, crisis management, aviation, military, and enterprise
design thinking, UX design (specialties in usability, user research, human factors, and interaction design), human-computer interaction, experimentation and evaluation, pretotyping
doctorate in cognitive psychology
innovation methods, collaboration and communication tools, usage analytics, social media, training and decision support
American citizen, permanent resident of Norway, worked on multinational projects with teams in Europe and Scandinavia