Tim Bridgham

Tim Bridgham

UX Researcher

Tim is a UX Researcher who brings a unique set of skills and experiences to his work. He has over ten years of experience in various areas including user experience, technology, web and social media communications, project management, and customer service. Tim is passionate about practicing empathy and curiosity, uncovering insights, creating meaningful experiences, and utilizing technology to accomplish these things.

Tim holds a degree from Washington State University with an emphasis in Business, Communications, and Psychology. He also holds a User-Centered Design Certificate from the University of Washington. You can read about his passion for UX over at UX Pursuit.

He is from Kansas City and loves discovering the many perks of the Pacific Northwest. In his free time, he enjoys being outside on a bike or a trail, listening to good music, and enjoying good food and drink with good people.

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