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1. Scott Jenson, UX strategist @Google
Most likely, you are already familiar with the software industry veteran who contributed in the development of Apple Computer user interface for 8 years of his career. Now, Scott is the lead of an exciting Google project, Physical Web . We recommend to check his twitter regularly to get a better insight into the industry.
— Scott JensOn (@scottjenson) January 3, 2016
2.John Maeda, design and technology influencer @KPCB
John Maeda is yet another veteran in the industry to follow and get inspired. Software engineer and a user interface researcher, John is also a writer of 5 must-read books The Laws of Simplicity, Design by Numbers, Redesigning Leadership, Creative Code: Aestetics + Computation, Maeda@Media.
— John Maeda (@johnmaeda) August 8, 2016
3. Luke Wroblewski, product director @Google
1938 articles on behind online software, 3 books on interaction design under the lead of Luke Wroblewski, a renowned designer with more than 20 years of experience of «humanizing technology» at Yahoo, Ebay, Google.
Don't ever say you don't have choices on mobile. pic.twitter.com/Atu3Ogi58j
— Luke Wroblewski (@lukew) April 23, 2015
4. Khoi Vinh, principal designer @Adobe
Information architect, Khoi Vinh, is specializing in design for online experiences one of the 50 Most Influential Designers of America and a veteran blogger with almost 20 (!) years experience of subtraction https://www.subtraction.com/.
— Khoi Vinh (@khoi) August 16, 2016
5. Julie Zhou, digital product designer @Facebook
Julie Zhou has celebrated her 10th Faceversary. She has started as a product designer for user experience and now Julie elevated as a product design VP at Facebook. Her regular articles and twitter posts are inspiring and rich in tips and insights for aspiring designers.
I just published “Metrics Versus Experience” https://t.co/au89yJBBtJ
— Julie Zhuo (@joulee) July 6, 2016