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Melissa Eggleston

Melissa Eggleston

UX Designer
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U.S. Digital Service & Birdcall
Durham, North Carolina, USA
Bio

UX designer and content strategist Melissa Eggleston founded Birdcall to serve organizations making a positive difference in the world. Recent projects include designing an app to help human trafficking survivors and content strategy for a global health organization.

For the last 12 years, she has helped organizations of all sizes, from global companies to new startups, improve the user experience of their websites and apps. She has worked on UX and content projects for Lenovo, Duke University, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and many others.

Melissa co-founded Ladies that UX Durham in 2015 and now teaches UX design to grad students at her alma mater, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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UX designer and content strategist Melissa Eggleston currently works as a data services expert for the U.S. Digital Service. She founded the consultancy and education company Birdcall to serve organizations making a positive difference in the world. Recent Birdcall projects include designing an app to help survivors of human trafficking and creating UX classes for non-technical audiences.

For the last 12 years, she has helped organizations of all sizes, from global companies to new startups, improve the user experience of their websites and apps. She has worked on UX and content projects for Lenovo, Duke University, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and many others.


Melissa co-founded Ladies that UX Durham in 2015 and now teaches UX design to graduate students at her alma mater, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. More on Melissa here: https://www.birdcallux.com/

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