James Lorentson

James Lorentson

UX Designer & Researcher

James is an experienced UX designer and researcher skilled in design thinking, interaction design, and user interface design across websites, apps, and brands. His deep focus in UX research includes specialization in user testing, heuristic evaluation, and prototyping. James’ diverse background in UX design, photography, and finance allows him to assess, interpret, and create better experiences while solving difficult problems. He is a US Navy veteran, holds a BS in Sociology from Penn State and is a Designlab UX Academy graduate.

CrossFit, hiking, and landscape photography are three of James’ favorite hobbies. He describes himself as an ideas person passionate about continuous improvement.

My Publications

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Autocomplete: Varieties, Benefits & UX Best Practices

For just about everything besides scenic drives, people prefer shortcuts. And if a shortcut not only gets you there quicker but also takes you to a better destination, now that’s something! This is what autocomplete does. By giving users the option of completing words and forms based on what they’ve typed before, it shortcuts their … Continued

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