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Joseph Carter-Brown is a man of many titles. He's a UX strategist. He's a human-centered designer. And by day, he's the global UX manager at Stanley Black & Decker, a Fortune 500 company that's over 175 years old! Joseph's versatility as a design leader extends far beyond titles, as you'll definitely discover in this week's interview.
We start off with a look at his work and his team, and he shares an anecdote from last year that put him on his current path to success. Joseph also talked to me about how he worked his way into a position at Apple thanks to Steve Jobs, his shift to UX after studying at Full Sail University, and speaks on his time with AIGA Baltimore and about how he wants to bridge the digital divide in Baltimore. Joseph is a prime example of someone who is using his skills to help build a more equitable future!
- Joseph Carter-Brown's Website
- Joseph Carter-Brown on LinkedIn
- Joseph Carter-Brown on Instagram
- Joseph Carter-Brown on Twitter
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Texas State University's Communication Design Program and the Common Experience are excited to announce the State of Black Design Conference, presented by IBM, April 9-10.
The theme of the conference is "Black Design: Past. Present. Future," and the event will bring together aspiring designers with academic and industry professionals for networking opportunities, career development workshops, and important panel discussions with leaders in the field.
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