Jennifer Brook

Jennifer Brook
Information Architect, The New York Times

Jennifer Brook is an interaction designer based in New York City, where she currently crafts web, mobile, and tablet applications for The New York Times. Recent projects include The Opinion Pages, NYTimes Real Estate iPhone app, and NYTimes for iPad and iPhone.

Jennifer began designing for interaction through prototyping, printing, and binding limited-edition artist books. Her work has been acquired by public and private collections including rare book libraries at Duke University, Savannah College of Art and Design, Cleveland Institute of Art, and most recently, George Mason University. She holds a Bachelor of Science in cognitive psychology from the University of Florida.


Workshop Metropolitan East
Jennifer Brook (The New York Times), William Couch (USA TODAY), Craig Mod (Flipboard)
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The iPad and its emerging entourage of Android tablets have introduced a new style of computing, confronting designers with new challenges. Explore practical techniques and eye-opening gotchas of tablet interface design, all grounded in the ergonomics, context, psychology, and nascent culture of these new devices. Read more.
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