Tamara James D Dizon

For all your experience design needs


Start a revolution

Who would have thought their first job out of college would be starting a revolution and making the greatest impact in their career. Being the first UX designer at a 100 year old manufacturing company made it very challenging to know what to do right and what to do wrong as a designer. There was no design team, there was one person and that person was me. I've always been eager to learn and it wasn't long until I figured my way around the corporate world. A little over a year after being a true part of the inner circle I was invited to talk about the differences between User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) design to the entire organization. It was a scary thought but I couldn't just let the opportunity pass me by. Little did I know evangelizing UX started to slowly create a mind shift for all my colleagues and leaders. Fast forward to 2018, I now lead my own UX team driven to put the user at the heart of our business (thank you Boag)

And a huge thank you to my leaders for believing in my purpose. I couldn't ask for a better team of mentors to find me.




Chicagoland, Suburbia


(224) 388-9379


Core Competencies

Team leader

When you're on my team, I'm already investing in you. Everyone has a positive intention and it's my job as a leader to allow you to grow into that spotlight. I support my team by any...

Information Architecture

Information design is a lot of where the problem solving happens. A lot of designs aren't creative, they're logical and self explanatory. To achieve this, a designer must...

Interaction Design

This is where a lot of the experiences are designed. We all interact with various objects, people, and that's what creates experiences. My goal as a designer is to design for...

Master of Habit change

Sometimes we, as humans, do things that are suboptimal. A passion of mine is to help people create experiences they want. Often this challenges the mind which makes it...


Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful.
— John Maeda


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