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Senior UX Researcher
Phobey has a wide range of experience in applying usability and design research methods. She has conducted research with diverse populations, including participants with mental illness and/or developmental differences and pediatric populations. Phobey has experience conducting research in a variety of settings, such as in-home, corporate offices, market research facilities, and “in the wild” observation and testing. Her recent experience in the healthcare industry includes both medical device and telemedicine systems research. Phobey has a BA in Anthropology from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a MS in Human-Computer Interaction from DePaul University.
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