内特walkingshaw is the chief experience officer at Pluralsight Inc., a technology-learning platform. Walkingshaw began his product-experience journey in 2004, when his first company, Paramed, revolutionized the medical patient-transport industry with Paraslyde. Paramed was acquired by Stryker Medical in 2009 and Walkingshaw became the lead of global R&D in the Stryker emergency services division. In the years to follow, Walkingshaw grew his reputation within the UX world through developing successful apps such as Cycleface, which he created through his product-development company, Brightface. Cycleface was acquired by Strava Corporation, the best fitness app for endurance athletes in the world. Walkingshaw was later recruited to serve as the chief of research and innovation at Tanner Labs, a technology research 和 development division inside O.C. Tanner Recognition Company.