Chelsea Hostetter is an interaction designer who loves talking to real users and crafting intuitive and accessible systems. Initially trained in fine arts and linguistics from Carnegie Mellon University, she went on to study interaction design at the Austin Center for Design including a 10-month design research project around the trans* and gender-variant community of Austin.
She has done talks on interaction design in Austin, Helsinki, and most recently, Moscow.
She currently works at the international product company Goodpatch as a senior user experience designer in Tokyo, Japan to re-envision their innovative prototyping platform, Prott.
When not researching or designing, she can be found creating her own video games in hackathons like the Global Game Jam or graphically recording talks by Jessica Hische or James Victore.
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