Liz is an independent consultant, working with businesses to explore the relationship audiences have with their products and services through design research, information architecture, and design leadership. Recent projects have included Holton Media, MIT Technology Review, The TED Prize, and The Washington Post.
She is co-founder and chair of the MFA in Interaction Design Program at the School of Visual Arts. Liz is columnist for Interactions Magazine and Core77, creator of the Dot Dot Dot Lecture series, lectures widely, and serves on the advisory boards for the Austin Center for Design, CreativeMornings, and desigNYC.
Liz has been user experience director at Happy Cog, editor-in-chief for Boxes and Arrows, co-founder of A Brief Message, and an advisory board member for Rosenfeld Media, Design Ignites Change, the Information Architecture Institute, adjunct faculty at the New School University and the Fashion Institute of Technology. In the past, Liz directed experience strategy for AIGA, Before that, she directed the information architecture teams at Barnes & Noble.com and Razorfish New York. She has a BA from Pennsylvania State University and an MA from Carnegie Mellon University.
Liz has written for Adobe ThinkTank, AIGA Journal of Design, A List Apart, Boxes and Arrows, Business Week, Core77, Eye Magazine, Gain: AIGA Journal of Business and Design, Interactions Magazine, UX Matters, and writes ongoing for Bobulate.com.