JESSICA SUTHERLAND IS A QUEER USER EXPERIENCE DESIGNER AND RESEARCHER IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.
I love bringing a human connection to technology and designing playful solutions to innovative problems with a user-centered, detail-oriented approach. It’s always amazed me how thoughtful design has the power to change our world, and my goal throughout my work is change the status quo on how people’s technology can work for them in an ethical way.
Collaboration between design and technology is the key to making magical user experiences. I’m very passionate about sustainability, diversity, healthcare UX, conversation design and connecting physical and virtual space.
I’m currently studying at Castlemaine Secondary College and plan to continue UX in my higher education.
I’m also currently working on Snowglobe, a chat-bot using artifical intelligence for LGBTQIA+ digital mental health interventions.
I acknowledge the people of the Dja Dja Wurrung and Kulin Nation whose unceded lands upon which I live and work, and pay my respect to their Ancestors and Elders, past and present.