Congrats to Andrew Talone for obtaining a position as a Human Factors Researcher conducting user research for Hewlett Packard (HP)! In this role, Andrew utilizes both quantitative and qualitative research methods to help improve computer hardware products. He currently serves as the Human Factors Lead for HP gaming products (mice, keyboards, and headsets). He is an avid gamer and is excited to be working to improve the user experience of fellow gamers. Andrew‘s long term goal is to work as a UX Researcher for a game development studio.
“The experience I gained as both a project manager and the iUX Academy Manager were invaluable. During my time with the iUX Academy, I gained hands-on experience working on real-world usability projects which allowed me to apply what I had learned in my coursework to actual user research problems. Those experiences, and Dr. Wisniewski’s mentorship, helped me become a better project manager, communicator, and researcher. – Andrew Talone