Voxable is an Austin-based conversational interface agency founded by designer Lauren Golembiewski and engineer Matthew Buck in 2015. After working in the tech industry for over a decade, Lauren and Matthew began experimenting with and building software for the earliest voice-first devices. The intuitive and delightful interactions they built for their own conversational interfaces fuel their passion for this technology.
The Voxable team is dedicated to solving business problems by designing and developing more human-like conversational interfaces.
Lauren has a wealth of experience designing for the tech industry. She started out working with early and mid-stage startups as a designer at Thinktiv, a venture accelerator. There she guided founders and CEOs on product strategy, brand, product design and UX as well as drove their products from idea to successful implementation. As Design Director at a data-driven tech company, she led a design team and worked closely with user research and data science experts to craft beautiful designs derived from their insights. At Voxable, Lauren applies her design and user experience expertise along with a deep knowledge of conversational technology to build conversational interfaces. She regularly speaks at conferences and community events and contributes to open source technology design.
Matt has worked with several high-profile engineering teams in the Austin startup scene during his tech career. His recent work includes helping to launch the MarkerSquare coding bootcamp as the instructor for its inaugural cohort and directing front-end engineering efforts through a successful IPO at Rapid7, a cybersecurity company, as its Senior User Interface Architect. Throughout this time, he has come to learn the immense value of sane development processes and a relentless focus on code quality, and he strives to impart these lessons by regularly speaking at user groups and conferences.