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Leah Buley is an experience designer for Adaptive Path. She enjoys designing products that are useful, intuitive, and delightful -- and has a related interest in the tools and methodologies that make that possible. Before Adaptive Path, Leah was a user interface designer for Barclays Global Investors. She designed transactional financial systems, client-facing web sites, end-investor tools, and internal applications. She also championed firm-wide education and adoption of user experience design practices. Before Barclays Global Investors, Leah worked for New York interactive agencies Flat and Plural, and LA-based BMC, an information services company. Leah started her career in design as an opinionated web developer. Leah has a Master's degree in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University and Bachelor's in American Studies from Barnard College. She is a member of the American Society for Information Science and Technology and the Information Architecture Institute.