UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 66: Designing for Travel Tech with Jenny Shen
Published June 15, 2017 by Jane Portman
Niching down is a great strategy for UX professionals, and travel tech is no exception. Today our guest is Jenny Shen — an independent UI/UX designer, travel tech specialist, and digital nomad. You’ll learn about different types of travel tools, common UX challenges, how travel companies create quality content, and how to get started in this prosperous industry.
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- Philip Morgan’s free positioning course
- RealtimeBoard — brainstorming and mindmapping tool
- Mini-lives: how to see the world without taking a day of vacation — an article by David Kadavy
- Jenny’s mentorship program
- Episode 46: How to Find Your Mentor with Greg Gilbert
- Airbnb, Booking.com, Trivago — examples of travel sites
- Google Flights, KiweeTravel, Momondo — examples of flight search engines
- Hack Horizion — travel tech hackathon where Jenny participated
- Phocuswright, Skift, Tnooz, Amadeus, SITA — travel tech media
- Travel Tech Con, Travel Tech Conference Russia, Phocuswright Conference, Web in Travel — travel tech conferences
- Jenny’s website
- Mention “UI Breakfast Podcast” when you sign up for Jenny’s UX mentorship program to get 10% off
- Follow Jenny on LinkedIn
- Follow Jenny on Twitter: @jennyshen
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