I'm Lynne Venart, and I'm a design researcher and digital leader working to make the world a better place.
I am a Senior User Experience Designer and Researcher for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by day, and I save adorable primates by night.
At the Museum, I use my skills in User Experience research (UX), project management, prototyping, design, and code to create and improve online and physical spaces that aid learning, engagement, and atrocity prevention. As Co-founder and Digital Communications Manager of the Lemur Conservation Network, I promote lemur conservation and education through webinars, science communication, and events for the World Lemur Festival.
My Colleagues and Clients
Some of my favorite UX clients have been RP3 Agency, the American Psychological Association, Voice of America, SAGE Publishing, and Enroll America. In conservation, I love working with Conservation Fusion, Lemur Love, the Lemur Conservation Foundation, and Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership.
"Lynne is as reliable as the sunrise and creates designs as stunning."
Jerry Orvedahl, SAGE Publishing
My UX Work
UX Research, Discoveries, User Interface Design
Museum Experience and Digital Media Division
Wireframes, User Interface Design, Interaction Design, CSS
American Psychological Association
Web Design, Responsive Design, Branding
Launching the Lemur Conservation Network
Building a network of 50+ organizations for fundraising, outreach, and collaboration
Logos, social media graphics, websites, and print materials for conservation projects
Visiting conservation programs and writing about their work for blog and social media