Kim Lenox is a senior interaction designer at Adaptive Path. With over a decade of experience in software design and development, she is a strong believer in the power of user experience design to improve our daily lives. Kim's primary focus is working with clients as a researcher, trainer, and designer for mobile, devices, and application software. Professional Background Before joining Adaptive Path, Kim led interaction design projects for Samsung Electronics America, where she researched and designed interfaces for next-generation and near-term consumer electronics products such as handheld devices, appliances, and home entertainment. Before Samsung, Kim worked as a freelance designer, developer, and producer of interactive media for a variety of mediums, including CD-ROMs, interactive kiosks, websites, DVD interfaces, interactive TV, and children's handheld devices. Her past clients and employers include AT&T, Bolt Peters, Excite@Home, LeapFrog, NewLine Cinema, Organic, Palm, Samsung, UPC/Chello, and a variety of bubble start-ups of dot-com lore. Kim is a member of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) and a founding member of the Interaction Design Association's (IxDA) San Francisco chapter. In her previous life, she was a fine artist and professional photographer. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography back in the day of film canisters and chemicals from San Jose State University and in the early 1990s created a video installation that was part of a two-person show at San Francisco Camerawork.