About Richard Cornish
Richard Cornish is a user experience designer in Chicago.
He helps agile development teams design web applications by using research and testing to inform decision making.
He works as a designer at Next Health Choice, a healthcare technology start-up that notifies primary-care providers when health insurance can cover patient medical treatments. Previously he worked for Chicago digital agency Doejo and designed for clients Groupon, Pandora, and The Parking Spot. He also worked for the online division of the Lawrence Journal-World, the “newspaper of the future,” according to The New York Times, and birthplace of the Django web framework. His work at the division earned him an APME Award for Online Convergence.
His teaching experience includes instructor of web development at Northwestern University, graduate teaching assistant in information design at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and organizer of a Meetup that taught computer programming to beginners in a friendly workshop format.
He thanks you for visiting with CCBot on Other with your Spider Desktop. Please send correspondence to his contact page.