Mar 5, 2019
From envisioning creative tools to helping new UXers navigate the developing world, tune in to part one of our three-part series on passion projects. In this episode, host Travis Neilson interviews Adam Argyle, a UX engineer at Google, about his journey creating the design tool VisBug, the connection between passion and empathy, and fervently advocating for an idea—even when you encounter challenges along the way.
Meet our guest:
Adam Argyle is a Chrome CSS developer advocate at Google. Previously he worked as a front end architect at Deloitte Digital.
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