DiscoverThe UX Hustle#32: Future-Proofing Your Career with Object-Oriented UX
#32: Future-Proofing Your Career with Object-Oriented UX

#32: Future-Proofing Your Career with Object-Oriented UX

Update: 2021-08-11
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In this episode, we welcome back Sophia Prater to the UX Hustle Podcast. Sophia and Amanda geek out about all things object-oriented UX (OOUX), talk about entrepreneurship -- shifting from consulting to facilitating to her own certification course, and what it takes to commit to your vision for your business and career. Sophia also gives us a sneak peak at the talk she'll be giving at the UX Hustle Summit all about using OOUX to future-proof your career.


Sophia Prater is founder and lead UX designer at Rewired and the chief evangelist of object-oriented UX. Sophia teaches her OOUX methodologies at conferences, within companies, and through her OOUX Certification Program. She is the host of the OOUX Happy Hour meetup and the OOUX Podcast.


Sophia has brought the complexity-untangling magic of OOUX to companies such as Facebook, Mastercard, Macy’s, Credit Karma, Hubspot, Intercom, Delta Airlines, CNN, and many more.


Sophia lives outside of Atlanta in the beautiful North Georgia mountains, the wine country of the Southeast United States, with her husband and business partner, Luke.


Enjoy!


Free online training on 4 massive UX mistakes that OOUX can help you prevent: OOUX.com/4mistakes


Sophia's Certification Course: OOUX.com/certification


Go follow Sophia on Twitter: @sophiavux


Come to the UX Hustle Summit - September 24 & 25 - Early Bird on Sale now until August 13th: https://uxhustle.org



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#32: Future-Proofing Your Career with Object-Oriented UX

#32: Future-Proofing Your Career with Object-Oriented UX

Amanda Worthington