For Nedret, humans are the best part of human-centered design. Her fascination with those on the other side of the screen led her to user experience design, a perfect fit for her endless curiosity and desire to learn.
Nedret comes to Mad*Pow with a B.S. in Marketing, Information Design and Corporate Communication & Psychology from Bentley University. That may sound like a mouthful, but for Nedret, it’s all about understanding people and how they interact with the digital world. While getting her degree, she took an internship back home in Istanbul, Turkey that started her search for tougher challenges and passionate team members. Now Nedret calls Boston home, where she’s discovered her love for working with mission-driven organizations through projects with Harvard Library, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and others.
Nedret throws her energy fully behind everything she does, but that doesn’t stop her from completely unplugging sometimes. Her description of a perfect day off leaves us feeling refreshed: no alarm clock, nowhere to be, and the smells of salt, sunscreen, and cocoa butter.
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April 2nd and 3rd, 2019
Royal Sonesta, Boston MA
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