Joshua Porter is Director of UX at HubSpot, which acquired Performable, where he was co-founder and VP of Customer Experience.
He has written the current incarnation of the Bokardo blog for six years with articles about interface design, social interaction, identity, recommendations and other issues related to design.
Currently, he is writing a book called Make them Care! focused on the design and marketing of product websites.
He is also the co-founder of 52 Weeks of UX (along with the uber-talented Joshua Brewer), a premier UX blog with a strong readership of over 10,000 UX professionals.
Joshua co-hosts a monthly meetup called the North Shore Web Geeks. All persons interested in web-related activities are welcome!
Before HubSpot and Performable, he was an interface designer for a decade. He founded Bokardo Design, a design consultancy focusing exclusively on social web applications. While there, he did interface design, evaluation, and consulting for a wide range of clients. He also wrote the book Designing for the Social Web.
Joshua speaks internationally on interface & social design topics and has been invited to UX London in England and Webstock in New Zealand.
Before founding Bokardo Design, he was the Director of Web Development at User Interface Engineering. In addition to making the web site run on time, he did design & usability consulting for a wide range of clients.