- Todd Zazelenchuk, Ph.D., Intuit
- Elizabeth Boling, Chair, Instructional Systems Technology, Indiana University
Pencil Collection created by Frédéric Vandaele. Keynote collection created by David Travis.
User Experience Stencil for Omnigraffle, Visio, Pencil & Keynote
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About the author
Dr. Todd Zazelenchuk (@ToddZazelenchuk on Twitter) holds a BSc in Geography, a BEd, an MSc in Educational Technology and a PhD in Instructional Design. Todd is an associate of Userfocus and works in product design at Plantronics in Santa Cruz, CA where he designs integrated mobile, web, and client-based software applications that enhance the user experience with Plantronics' hardware devices.
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