Making UX Work with Joe Natoli

Episode 02, Leon Strydom :: Job searches, design obsessions and a dog named Process.

December 11, 2017 Joe Natoli / Leon Strydom Season 1 Episode 2
Making UX Work with Joe Natoli
Episode 02, Leon Strydom :: Job searches, design obsessions and a dog named Process.
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Making UX Work with Joe Natoli
Episode 02, Leon Strydom :: Job searches, design obsessions and a dog named Process.
Dec 11, 2017 Season 1 Episode 2
Joe Natoli / Leon Strydom

Hailing from the UK, my guest Leon Strydom has been working in and on the web since 2008, splitting his time between visual design and front-end development, while frequently turning his talents to print-based design work as well.

While Leon is somewhat new to UX and is currently looking for a job, it becomes obvious pretty quickly that he's a natural. He has drive, dedication and a near-obsessive attention to process that's essential to delivering positive UX.

There's no doubt in my mind that Leon would be a valuable asset to any organization, and top of that, he's incredibly sharp-witted and thoughtful. You're going to enjoy this one, folks.

Learn more about Leon:

Portfolio/Website: leonstrydom.com

Twitter: @MrNiceLeon

LinkedIn: leon-strydom

If you enjoyed this episode, please check out our good friend and sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by the resilience to turn a negative situation into a positive outcome. 

The Stache mantra is  that Even in the darkest times, there is a light revealing prosperity. Find your light and let it guide you through the darkness. Visit https://www.stache.studio/ to check out their incredibly well-designed products and learn more!

Show Notes Transcript

Hailing from the UK, my guest Leon Strydom has been working in and on the web since 2008, splitting his time between visual design and front-end development, while frequently turning his talents to print-based design work as well.

While Leon is somewhat new to UX and is currently looking for a job, it becomes obvious pretty quickly that he's a natural. He has drive, dedication and a near-obsessive attention to process that's essential to delivering positive UX.

There's no doubt in my mind that Leon would be a valuable asset to any organization, and top of that, he's incredibly sharp-witted and thoughtful. You're going to enjoy this one, folks.

Learn more about Leon:

Portfolio/Website: leonstrydom.com

Twitter: @MrNiceLeon

LinkedIn: leon-strydom

If you enjoyed this episode, please check out our good friend and sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by the resilience to turn a negative situation into a positive outcome. 

The Stache mantra is  that Even in the darkest times, there is a light revealing prosperity. Find your light and let it guide you through the darkness. Visit https://www.stache.studio/ to check out their incredibly well-designed products and learn more!