It is our pleasure to welcome Wendy Littman to the Anthro-Tech team!
Wendy is a versatile and passionate User Experience (UX) researcher who helps organizations find simple, creative solutions to achieve better products and services for their customers. Curious, patient, and collaborative, Wendy enjoys introducing organizations to the art and science of good design through data-driven decision making and coaching those who are new to UX.
Wendy acquired a Bachelor’s Degree in Geology and English and a Master’s Degree in Geology. Her secondary education led her to research climate change and piqued her interested in the role research can play in affecting societal decision making. This led her to a career of conducting UX research for non-profit and for-profit organizations. Wendy eventually returned to federal consulting where she spent nearly seven years building a UX practice at the Department of Treasury’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.
In her spare time, you can find her putting her research skills to use by planning trips to remote locations in the Southwest desert, practicing karate, mountain biking, collecting cool nature stuff (mainly rocks and shells), or spending time with family and friends.
We are thrilled to have Wendy on our team! Her deep and wide-reaching expertise in UX research and strategy is already helping our clients launch useful, usable, and accessible products and services that improve people’s lives.