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Wonderlane Studios

An experienced strategic advisor to managers and executives as a UX researcher and product designer for software applications. Through analysis, I imagine new futures using information, focus, and imagination. I resolve problems to increase business success and promote relevance. Interactively work with stakeholders and users to create software products that people love. I enjoy working with diverse, cross functional groups.

Hi! I'm Linda Lane, 
Chief UX Strategist 

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Since 1998


Master of Science - Information Management (MSIM)

Focus on Human-Centered Design
University of Washington, Seattle
The iSchool, Mary Gates Hall, graduated 2013

Informatics TA for Software Design
Student Representative to the Architectural Committee


Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art (BFA)

Cornish Institute of the Fine Arts

Seattle, Washington

Voted: Most Likely to Succeed

Cornell | User Experience Design 2022
Highline College | HTML5 CSS3 Java
California State University
University of Alaska, Anchorage

   Ceramic Class TA with Alex Duff Combs, Jr.

      Editor & Designer: The Northern Light

MSIM Capstone Research


Culture and information become easier to approach and understand through design iterations that interact with the user. 


Written and visual information create effective facets by interacting with end-users in the planning and ongoing stages – using surveys, tagging-term matching, comments, discussions, structure, interactivity, use trends, pattern-detection, and incorporating changes.

Savvy users use exact terms, and seek to describe the energy in tagging content.

Thesis, 2013
Research in Kathmandu, Nepal
University of Washington, Seattle


Experience Details

Working for Fortune 500 Firms:


Bank of America


Capital360 Bank

Comcast NBC Universal



Juniper Networks



Motorola Solutions

Premera Blue Cross


State of Washington

University of Washington


and other clients ...

  1. Usability-Lab Studies

  2. Ethnographic Field Studies

  3. Participatory Design

  4. Focus Groups

  5. Interviews

  6. Usability Benchmarking

  7. Moderated Remote Usability Studies - globally

  8. Concept Testing

  9. Customer Feedback

  10. Desirability Studies

  11. Card Sorting

  12. Clickstream Analysis

  13. A/B Testing (aka “multivariate testing”)

  14. Email Surveys (or via Survey Monkey)

Performing mixed methods research:

In the following IT verticals -

•    Cloud security

•    Portals, for partners and customers

•    Power BI dashboards & charts

•    Education

•    Enterprise architecture

•    4 global sales forecasting apps $100B+ USD

•    Mobile/responsive apps

•    Roadmap

•    Business intelligence database

•    High-end credit card registration and activation 

•    Windows product activation, security, & anti-piracy

•    Social media; groups and members directory

•    Streaming media, audio & video

•    Planning, UML

•    CRM and ERP

•    Knowledgebase management

•    Telecommunication

•    Research; public education attendance & data visualization 

•    Information design

•    Automated testing software    

•    E-commerce

•    Vehicle reservation and ticketing

•     Education sites

•     Geo-location

•     Server Notifiers

•     Desktop applications

•     Pre-sales presentations, staff training

•     Marketing & branding

•     Social media

•     Customer identity

•     Cell technology

•     Insurance applications
•    Order management and processing
•    Employee purchase plan/home use plan
•    Federated Search
•    Software services
•    Admin toolkit & controls
•    Support software – incident tracking
•    Broadcasting and cable television
•    Gamification
•    AI data bot

•     Wizards & process design
•     Content design and creation

•     Write business processes

•     Design infographics, icons

•     Create presentations, learning materials, and annual reports

•     Advertising

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