Joshua Porter is an interface designer, writer, and public speaker. He is the founder of Bokardo Design: a design consultancy focusing exclusively on social web applications; and What to Wear: a daily email service that recommends what clothes to wear based on the weather. He is the co-founder of 52 Weeks of UX. Prior to that, Porter worked as the director of UX at HubSpot, and the director of web development at User Interface Engineering.
Porter speaks internationally on interface and social design topics, and was invited to UX London in England and Webstock in New Zealand. He is a co-host of the meetup North Shore Web Geeks. He writes about product design on Bokardo blog.
Porter is the author of the book Designing for the Social Web. He is currently writing Make them Care!, a book focused on the design and marketing of product web sites.
Porter obtained a BS in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2000.
Joshua Porter resides in Massachusetts, United States.
BS, Computer Science2000
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