Youre invited to the first monthly social meeting in London for the
User Experience Design community.
Date: Thursday, 2 Dec 2004
Time: 7:00 PM
Place: University College London Interaction Centre (UCLIC)
31/32 Alfred Place, near Goodge Street Station
Full directions available on the UCLIC website: http://www.uclic.ucl.ac.uk/apply/where.html
RSVP required. Please email uxnet at unraveled.com to confirm your
attendance. This will ensure you can get into UCLIC.
The evening will begin with a presentation by Kevin Cheng of OK/Cancel
(http://ok-cancel.com). Kevin's presentation will be followed by
socialising, networking, and engaging at College Arms, 18 Store Street,
right around the corner. We're also happy to announce the UXnet guest of
honour for the evening: Louis Rosenfeld (http://www.louisrosenfeld.com),
co-author of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web.
Presentation Title: The User Experience Community is Thinking Too Big
Summary: Blurred lines, segregation, overlap: these are all terms used
describe the state of the user experience community. Dozens of
organizations exist, each claiming to represent some or all of the user