Kijana Knight-Torres

Kijana Knight-Torres

    Kijana Knight-Torres is the Principal User Experience Researcher at projekt202. projekt202 is an Austin-born software design and development agency that focuses on creating optimal user experiences for clients and end users. Knight-Torres has a B.S. in Computer Science from Rice University and a M.S. in Information Studies from the University of Texas iSchool. She is passionate about helping others find solutions to their own problems and building empathy through effective communication. Besides work, she enjoys photography, music, and cooking and traveling with her husband.

    10 Design Takeaways from HxRefactored

    10 Design Takeaways from HxRefactored »

    Standing room only for HxR's patient-centered design track. Photo via @uxjam. As physicians, healthcare professionals, designers, developers, researchers and strategists gathered at the Westin Boston Waterfront for this year’s Healthcare Experience Refactored (HxR) conference, they heard a variety of talks that centered on improving the patient experience. At the core of…
    projekt202’s Health Futures Panel at Livestrong

    projekt202’s Health Futures Panel at Livestrong »

    2 Mar, 2015
    Events
    projekt202's Health Futures panel asked tough questions about technology, design and our healthcare system. All photos provided by projekt202. Technology continues to expand boundaries and revolutionize nearly every experience, including healthcare. But while people increasingly adopt tracking apps and wearables, many questions and concerns emerge about where all of this is…
    Partners for a Healthy City: A Sneak Peek at UT Austin’s New Medical School

    Partners for a Healthy City: A Sneak Peek at UT Austin’s New Medical School »

    26 Jan, 2015
    NewsUncategorized
    A rendering of the new administration building and courtyard. All images provided. Something big is happening right off of Interstate 35, just north of downtown Austin. In November 2012, Travis County paved the way for the development of a university medical school by voting to raise property tax revenue to support…
    Our Guide to the 5 Most Popular iOS Health Apps – And Why They Work

    Our Guide to the 5 Most Popular iOS Health Apps – And Why They Work »

    mHealth offerings come in all shapes and sizes these days. Photo via SmartAirMedia. As the end of the year approaches, most of us are fine-tuning our holiday shopping strategies and planning menus for gatherings of families and friends. The year began with such promise as we set ambitious goals to shed…

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