“I have worked with amazing product people from all over, and even some of the best in the Bay Area, and Lindsay is someone I would turn to first. She is great about thinking through the user’s perspective, gathering feedback from users and coming up with product solutions.”

Cache Merrill
CEO, Zibtek
www.Zibtek.com

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About Lindsay Tabas

Lindsay Tabas designed her first user interface in ’02 while studying Systems & Information Engineering at the University of Virginia. From there, she continued her education at the intersection of human-computer interaction at the School of Information at the University of California – Berkeley.

For the entirety of her career, she’s been passionate about designing technology for people and what they’re trying to accomplish. Because she marries engineering methods with design thinking, Lindsay is able to find those unique win-win-win solutions at the intersection of customers, product and business.

The people that have worked with Lindsay have appreciated her for being self-directed, quick and efficient in getting results. Clients often hire Lindsay to solve the more complex problems their product faces because of her high technical acumen and business analytics background. She has worked at all business maturity levels; to her startup clients, she delivers results that combine her entrepreneurial flexibility with Fortune 50 sophistication. To her large enterprise clients, she advises with a mindset focused on lean operations and agility in execution.

Please find her personal design portfolio here.

Education

  • University of Virginia, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • University of California – Berkeley, School of Information

Workshops & Guest Lectures

  • SkillShare
  • Startup Institute
  • UPenn, Wharton School

Speaking Engagements

  • Agile Experience Design (NYC)
  • Women 2.0 (SF)
  • Drexel Close School of Business – Startup Day (PHL)
  • AndroidAlliance (PHL)
  • Dreamers // Doers (NYC)
  • Future of Service Design Conference (SF)

Startup Judge & Hackathon Mentor

  • Drexel Startup Day (PHL)
  • ProtoHack (NYC)
  • Startup Weekend EDU (NYC)