Gary Geisler, User Experience Designer, Stanford Libraries
Gary Geisler is a user experience researcher and designer in Stanford's Digital Library Systems and Services group and the primary developer of the Revs Program at Stanford website. His work at Stanford has focused on user experience design and front-end development for a range of digital library applications, including the Revs Digital Library and Stanford University Library Exhibits. Prior to joining Stanford, Gary was a professor at the University of Texas at Austin and at Simmons College in Boston, where he taught graduate courses, served as principal- or co-investigator on several funded grant projects, authored or co-authored many academic publications, and consulted on a range of digital library projects. Before going to graduate school, Gary worked as a software engineer at IBM in Research Triangle Park, NC.