UX-radio, Inc. was created by lara fedoroff out of a love for user-centered design, information architecture, content strategy, interaction and design. Her background is in marketing, Information Architecture, and user experience. The show is designed to inspire, educate, share resources and to expand the conversation about:
- Information Architecture (IA)
- User Experience (UX)
- and Design
If you are interested in appearing as a guest on the show or have topic suggestions, please email us at lara at ux-radio.com.
Perry Anne Norton takes care of the audio production and voice over for the show. She has over 20 years of media production experience as a producer and voice for National Public Radio, USA Networks, the Sci-Fi Channel, documentary film, numerous dot-com incubations, and hundreds of audio projects. She was also marcom manager for Sonos, the wireless digital music system.
Perry currently runs PanRight Productions, which provides inexpensive, creative audio solutions for marketing, education, and training. Her podcasting clients range from McGraw-Hill’s Professional Division to the non-profit sector.
Perry specializes in voiceovers. She is the official voice for Barnes and Noble and CDC’s Pandemic Flu campaign, but is not above creating voices for laughing pigs and evil sorceresses. She also provides music supervision, and cites playing guitar at clubs from the Ritz to CBGBs as among her most exhilarating life experiences. Perry periodically writes for national publications such as Electronic Musician as well.
PanRight Productions’ overall mission is to put all of these skills into play to help those with a passion for education, marketing, or self-expression make a greater impact on their audience and clients.
For more information, visit www.panright.com.
Steve Crosby is our go-to person for the site development. He loves building software, from the first glimmer of success as a prototype begins to take form all the way to the eventual delivery to satisfied users. Steve makes people’s jobs and lives easier, creating value where it’s needed. For him, writing software is not a job. It’s just what he does.
His career spans more than fifteen years with work recognized within the open-source community for its innovative engineering, robust reliability and battle-tested performance. His pioneering work helped develop scalable web services, and few can match his understanding of Cloud Management and server architecture.
Past accomplishments include work for some of the world’s most potent and successful brands; BBC, Zynga and CBS.