Director of UX
Noelle Webster-Milam is the Director of UX at SEP. She joined SEP in 2013 bringing a vision of delivering innovative and impactful software experiences to the many startups and Fortune 100 companies that hire SEP for product design and development needs. Noelle has been instrumental in helping SEP transform from an engineering company to a product development company.
She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Informatics/New Media from IUPUI in 2003 and again in 2013 with a Master’s degree in Human-Computer Interaction. Prior to joining SEP, Noelle worked in UX at software product and marketing organizations.
In her current role, Noelle is responsible for improving and safeguarding SEP’s UX fitness. This means continually working to integrate UX service delivery into our overall product outcomes for clients, build and integrate UX into the SEP culture and ecosystems, encourage UX growth and excellence, and advance the community.
Her passion for building great products has also extended into the Indianapolis community. Noelle spends time mentoring new and up and coming UX leaders, advising local Meetups, and teaching local CS high school classes about user experience to build the next STEAM generation. In 2014, Noelle and other local leaders brought the 4th Annual Midwest UX Conference to Indianapolis for the first time.
She was a 2016 TechPoint Tech25 award winner and judges for the TechPoint Mira Awards.
Noelle lives in Fishers with her husband Aaron and son Graysen.
Grande Flat White
Broad Ripple Chip Company chips. Goodness I buy bags at a time...
I’m slowly becoming vegetarian. While I was pregnant with my son, just the sight of meat grossed me out. Still, I can barely tolerate the idea eating meat.
Reading, music, photography, movies, spending time with family, improving user experiences inside my house.. And a good nap.
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