Liz Smyth views the process of UX design as integral to the creation of usable products and enjoys championing the voice of the user in those pursuits. She excels at big picture thinking and turning complex information into simple and efficient interfaces.
Liz has a background in cognitive psychology and interface design, which allows her to help lessen the gap between humans and their devices by combining user needs, business requirements and technical constraints. She has researched and designed responsive interfaces for industries such as healthcare, banking, government and automotive.
Liz has an MA in Social Science from University of Chicago with an emphasis in cognitive psychology.