Norm Cox

Dallas skyline at dawn

By the Numbers: Tech Roots Give DFW the Edge in UX/UI Boom

by | Sep 28, 2018
The user experience sector is exploding in Dallas-Fort Worth. That's a good pairing with the region's history as a high-tech hotbed.
UX talent
Teaching the Next Evolution of UX Design Thinking
by | Sep 27, 2018
Multi-dimensional UX: Preston McCauley has been working to help UX professionals discover new ways to approach the craft.
Cassini Nazir is the director of design and research for the ArtSciLab at the University of Texas at Dallas. [Photo: UTD]
Societal Urgency: UTD’s Cassini Nazir on the First-Person Experience
by | Sep 27, 2018
It would make sense that the best education in user-experience would involve a first-person experience. It's about finding needs and figuring out how to fill them.
The University of Texas at Dallas School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication (ATEC) program. [Photo: UTD]
A Look Into the Future: Industry Leaders Say Universities Provide UX Firepower
by | Sep 27, 2018
From developing autonomous trucks to incorporating science and the arts, universities in Dallas-Fort Worth are churning out UX-perts
Norm Cox was on the Xerox team that literally built the desktop environment we use every day. [Sources: Norm Cox, Alexey-Bezrodny/iStockphoto]

The Iconoclast:
North Texas’ Norm Cox and a Legacy in Design

by | Sep 24, 2018
Tap a menu on your smartphone to pay for your coffee, or edit a Word doc. Either way, you can think of Norm Cox. The North Texan was on the Xerox team that developed the graphical interface that we still use today.