Pamela has developed SoundingBox's emotional experience framework, and is a sought-after expert on emotion and technology. Pamela is faculty at Pratt Institute School of Information and has lectured at Parsons School of Design, Stanford Design School, and ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination. Collaborating with a global committee of scholars and practitioners, she is helping to shape IEEE Standards for ethics and artificial intelligence. Pamela often speaks on creativity in the digital age, generation Z, and emotion and technology, recently at SXSW and Collision. She is the author of the O'Reilly e-book Data Informed Product Design, the forthcoming Designing for Happiness, also from O'Reilly. Pamela has a masters degree from the University of Michigan's School of Information.
Steve is an inveterate maker and the creator of SoundingBox's data collection platform called Carbon. Carbon is a massively scalable web experience research platform, making it possible to stream the experiences people have of thousands sites to the SoundingBox cloud simultaneously. He has designed and built a good deal of the SoundingBox data visualization dashboard using a blend of SVG, canvas and other HTML 5 technologies. Steve has a masters degree from the Rutgers School of Communication and Information.
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Diana has developed SoundingBox's deep dive analysis reports, and has spent more time than perhaps anyone pouring over the insights produced by SoundingBox. She has delivered walkthroughs of SoundingBox data to wrapt audiences and dozens of SoundingBox early adopters. Diana also mentors students and speaks regularly at Pratt Institute School of Information. She has a masters degree in library and information science with a specialization in UX from Pratt Institute and a BA in sociology and anthropology from Pace University.
Kelly heads up marketing, client relations and social media. Kelly has worked with clients such as CNN, VH1, Vogue and Roxy. Kelly has a bachelor's in communications and public relations from Marist College in New York.