Chad Nicholas

Sr. UX Designer

At age 9, Chad wrote his own Space Invaders clone in BASIC on a TI-994a. Recently he designed 3D and 4D user interfaces for research scientists and engineers. During his career, Chad has worked in quality assurance and designed and coded for video games and applications. Almost all of these skills were learned while on the front lines of development. This experience has given Chad great empathy into the processes and environments used by developers at a myriad of companies, from small 15-person indies to 8,000+ corporate powerhouses. At Expero, Chad uses these understandings in designing solutions that launch brand-new products or that bridge the gap between major product releases.

Chad loves to spend his free time learning about new technologies, solutions and tools. As a Sr. Interaction Designer, he prefers to use the right tool for the right job.

About Me

Ask me about: how best practices sometimes aren’t

Find me at: Torchy’s Tacos

Don’t get me started on: the lack of quality civil engineering in Austin’s traffic infrastructure

Don’t let me near: French onion dip

Curious about: dev tools as design tools

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