Pamela Pavliscak

Pamela Pavliscak (pav-li-check) is founder of Change Sciences, a design research company. She has worked with Adecco, Ally, Audible, Corcoran, Digitas, eMusic, IEEE, NBC Universal, The New York Public Library, McGarry Bowen, Prudential, Sanofi-Aventis, Sealy, VEVO, Wiley, and many other smart companies. She has taught at Parsons School of Design and is an advisor to the Pratt Institute School of Information and Library Science.

Her work is part ethnography, part data science, part behavioral psychology. When she’s not talking to strangers about their experiences online or sifting through messy data for patterns, she is writing about our conflicted relationship with technology. She’s a popular speaker, and has presented at SXSW and Collision. She is currently working on a book about positive design.

Pamela is based in New York City, lives in the beautiful Hudson Valley, and works all over. She’s on twitter @paminthelab and blogs at Change Sciences.


Data-informed product design

September 19, 2015

Data can help you answer strategic questions that are critical to the success of your products and the survival of your business.

Data-informed design

January 7, 2015

This webcast walks you through how to identify the data that means the most to user experience and how to use it to make smart decisions about design.