THE FORMAT Bring your deliverables to either get
useful, implementable feedback or to show unique solutions to
potentially common design problems. Drafts/incomplete work is welcome!
have a round-table discussion where one person can tell the larger
group they need help with a design problem, or they can share a unique
solution that's worked well for them in the past.
Questions and dialogue from the rest of the group are expected and
encouraged--this isn't meant to be one person presenting to an audience!
If you don't want to bring anything to show, you're more than welcome to attend and contribute to the discussion.
We'll decide later where to take the discussions after the workshop is officially over at 8:30 p.m. WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE? As
always, all veteran, novice, or prospective user experience designers,
information architects, web developers, content strategists, graphic
designers, etc. are encouraged to share deliverables or just attend.
Paper deliverables are perfectly acceptable, and we'll also have
wireless internet, a projector and a screen available for showing work.
Feel free to bring deliverables from old jobs, prototypes, pet projects,
or anything else you need help with or think could benefit others.
If you plan to share, please indicate what you're bringing (by posting a comment on uxshowandtell.com) so others can bring their own potentially relevant examples.
Don't forget to sign up at www.uxshowandtell.com and join the New York City group to continue discussions long after the event is over!
If you are interested in showing your work, please choose "IxDA April Event Presenter" as your ticket type and contact us at email@example.com so we can notify you of any possible last-minute changes to the format.
WHEN Thursday, September 23, 2010 6:30 - 6:45 p.m. Networking and refreshments
6:45 - 7:00 p.m. Welcome and announcements 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Break out into show and tell session
Free and open to everyone interested however tickets are required.
IMPORTANT!! Seating is limited. So you must have a ticket to attend. Please only RSVP if you know you can attend.
Cancellations: Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org)
as soon as you know you cannot use your ticket. We'll release your seat
for one of your fellow practitioners and generate good IxD karma for
ABOUT OUR MODERATOR Chris Avore (@erova) is an independent user experience designer in the New York area following 10 years in and around Washington DC.
He's currently integrating social interaction design into a corporate
enterprise portal for a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical and research
company. He also organizes UX Show and Tell events where interaction
designers, user experience professionals and information architects of
all backgrounds and experience share work with each other.
To date, Chris has organized UX Show and Tell workshops in Baltimore,
Washington DC, and Philadelphia, and will also be hosting a UX Show and
Tell in Savannah, Georgia at Interaction 10 in February. For any
additional information, visit www.erova.com or uxshowandtell.com.
ABOUT OUR HOST AND REFRESHMENTS SPONSOR Moment is an interaction design firm. We design products and services for the web, mobile devices, and emerging platforms. www.momentdesign.com