Videoconference: The Atypical UX Manager Path

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  • July 23, 11am EDT: The Atypical UX Manager Path
    For this month’s call we’re convening a 3-person panel to share diverse stories and paths of becoming a UX manager—from writing, to print/graphic design, and even theater!
    We’ll discuss the various origin stories of becoming a manager, those humbling moments of learning lessons along the way, and touch upon what makes managing truly rewarding as a career path choice. Whether you’re a manager now or perhaps thinking about it with some trepidation, you will surely get some inspiring takeaways. As a bonus, we will also feature a short teaser of content coming up for our annual Enterprise Experience 2020 conference.
    Meet the panel
    Michael Metts is a UX manager at Allstate and co-author of recently published Rosenfeld Media title Writing is Designing. Joie Chung is a UX manager at Vrbo in Austin, Texas with a background in graphic design. Finally, Amy Marquez manages the Alexa Personality Experience team, with a theater background.

    2 Responses to “Videoconference: The Atypical UX Manager Path”

    1. Changying Zheng

      Thank you. Would love to get the recording link. I am registered for the Enterprise Experience 2020. Looking forward to seeing new updates.


      • Hi there! Thank you for your interest! As a member of the Enterprise Experience Community, you’ll receive a link to the recording the day after the call. You also should have received an invitation to the live call this morning. (Subject line, in case you need to check spam, was “Videoconference—”The Atypical UX Manager Path”—July 23, 11am EDT”)


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