Ruth Ellison

Ruth Ellison is an experienced qualitative UX researcher, with over 14 years in the design field (back when it was user-centred design, with a healthy dose of Human Factors). She’s fascinated about the interaction between digital and physical worlds. She has undertaken numerous research pieces over the past 14 years for private sector and government clients, and has loved every single one of them.

Some of her previous speaking gigs have included: Web Directions 2008, Edge of the Web 2009, a mix of 10 minute, 40 minute and 1.5 hour talks at UX Australia 2015, UX Australia 2014, UX Australia 2013, UX Australia 2012, UX Australia 2011, UX Australia 2009, Web Standards Group, Linux Australia Conference 2013, OZeWAI 2011 & 2012.

In her spare time, Ruth makes science based jewellery with lasers, plays around with 3D printers and wearable computing and helps to organise events like BarCamp Canberra, TEDxCanberra and Web Accessibility and Inclusive Design Meetup. She loves good inclusive design and robots.