amber case
Female, 31 years old

Amber Case is an entrepreneur and user experience designer from Portland, Oregon. She's been featured in Forbes, WIRED, Time and other publications both in the United States and around the world. Her passion is user experience design, mobile applications, location-based services, and online privacy. Case co-founded location-based platform Geoloqi in . Geoloqi was acquired by Esri in and the Geoloqi office is now the Esri RD Center in Portland, Oregon. The office continues to expand, build core products and work on developer initiatives. Case is a regular keynote speaker at technology conferences around the world. Case keynoted SXSW Interactive in and was recently featured in INC Magazine's under . She received a National Geographic Emerging Explorers Award in Jue and she spoke at TED on technology and humans in . She was named one of the Most Influential Women in Technology by Fast Company magazine. At Vertigo Software Case worked on major projects and applications for NBC and Microsoft. At WiedenKennedy she worked with Fortune clients such as Old Spice, Levi's, EA Games and Target. You can follow her on Twitter @caseorganic. Associations CyborgCamp, Portland Data Visualization Group. Specialties location based services, geolocation, gps, mobile gps, privacy, mobile, iPhone, Android, platform, saas, api, developer tools, enterprise applications, ux, user experience, public speaking