Jessica Ivins is a UX designer and faculty member at Center Centre, the UX design school in Chattanooga, TN. Before joining Center Centre, she worked as a senior experience designer at Happy Cog and the lead UX designer at AWeber.
She dedicates much of her time to the local, national, and international UX community. Jessica taught classes for Girl Develop It, led UX Book Club, and served on the board of Philadelphia’s UX community, PhillyCHI. She founded the Chattanooga UX Design Meetup. She speaks internationally at conferences such as SXSWi, Midwest UX, IA Summit, UX Camp Ottawa, and UX Cambridge (UK). She’s also a voracious reader of design books and business books.
IA Summit talks
- Designing for Gendered Audiences (IA Summit 2015 Main Conference Talk)
- Introducing UX into a Culture: A Case Study (IA Summit 2013 Main Conference Talk)
- ‘Shrink It and Pink It’: Designing Experiences for Women (IA Summit 2011 Main Conference Talk)