Adam has 15 years’ experience in designing Audio-Visual systems and research labs.
He spent 10 years at Google, working in different areas:
- UX research
- Research space design
- Audio-Visual design
Adam designed, built, and managed all of Google’s User Research labs globally, including the recently-opened “Userplex” Research Centre in downtown San Francisco.
He has built over 50 Research and Design spaces of varying size and complexity.
He has also worked for Goldman Sachs, and the UK government.
He now works as a UX researcher.
Konstantin Samoylov (‘Kostya’)
Kostya has worked as a UX Researcher since 1999, and has taught UX Research at Universities across Russia.
Throughout his career, Kostya has conducted more than 1000 research sessions in the UK, US, Switzerland, Russia, Indonesia, India, Thailand, and other countries.
He worked for Google as a UX Researcher for 7 years, focusing on:
- Emerging Markets
- Virtual Assistant
Whilst at Google, he received several awards for excellence in innovation in UX Research.
He was the elected head of the Russian ACM CHI chapter, 2006 – 2007.
He has organised several UX conferences – including:
- ACM CHI Russia (Moscow, 2007)
- UX conference for the press (2007)
- UX day at the Corp Communications conference (Moscow, 2005)
In his free time he likes reading while traveling, reading in pubs, and just reading. And he loves London.