Wesley Lindamood

I am a design and user experience manager at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum where I lead a team of UX designers, developers, and exhibit designers responsible for the Museum's public facing experiences.

Before joining the Museum, I was a senior interaction designer at NPR. I am the author of NPR's Guide To Hypothesis-Driven Design For Editorial Projects, which provides a detailed explanation of the approach I've used to design multiple award-winning stories.

Drawing upon my background in user experience design, journalism and front-end development, I specialize in helping organizations turn user needs and business goals into technically elegant experiences. Outside of work, I am a documentary film and music obsessed dad.

I share my thoughts about design and storytelling on Twitter.

You can learn more about my professional experience on LinkedIn, and explore samples of my work in my portfolio or on Github.

Someday, I hope that my wife, Laura, and I can return to our neglected letterpress studio, The Knotty Pine Press.

Get in touch with me.