[Event] IxDA NYC presents UX Show and Tell with Chris Avore

7 Dec 2009 - 12:49pm
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NYC IxDA
2008

IxDA NYC is pleased to present

UX Show and Tell with Chris Avore

UX Show and Tell is a casual workshop that’s all about the work, where you
get feedback on your UX, IA and IxD deliverables from practitioners instead
of stakeholders.

Because let's face it: even the most involved practitioners of the UX
community have few places to share work with other helpful colleagues in a
face to face environment.

Even if you don't have something to show, help your fellow IA's, designers,
and researchers by sharing solutions with those who are showing work.

The Format
There will be three rooms to keep the number of people small and facilitate
discussion. Each person gets about ½ hour. They begin by providing a
background on the project and the deliverable or document he or she will
show. Presenters then identify whether they're providing work that addressed
a unique problem that others could benefit learning from, or they state the
problem or issue they're facing and ask the group for help. The next 15 to
20 minutes are spent walking through the document and how others have solved
similar problems. The remaining half is reserved for feedback and
discussion. We plan on having 3 – 5 presentations per room depending how
quick each one is.

If you are interested in showing your work please contact us at
nyc.ixda at gmail.com. We're looking for 9 – 15 people to share their work.
Work can be any type of deliverable or artifact, such as personas,
wireframes, scenarios and user stories, concept models, site maps,
prototypes, content strategy, sketchboards, design process, your portfolio,
your resume, so forth. We need people with work in different formats, we'll
have projector in one room, a large LCD in another, and the third will not
have something to display.

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Registration: http://ixdanycdec09.eventbrite.com/
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WHEN
Thursday, December 17, 2009
6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Networking and refreshments
7:00 - 7:10 p.m. Welcome and announcements
7:10 - 8:45 p.m. Break out into 3 groups and begin sessions.

WHERE
Moment
13 Crosby Street
New York, NY 10013
http://www.momentnyc.com/
Map: http://bit.ly/6r2qF1
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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 (nyc.ixda at gmail.com) 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 all involved!
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ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Chris Avore (@erova <http://twitter.com/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<http://www.eventbrite.com/uxshowandtell.com>
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ABOUT OUR HOST
Moment is an interaction design firm. We design products and services for
the web, mobile devices, and emerging platforms. www.momentdesign.com
<http://www.momentdesign.com/>

ABOUT OUR REFRESHENTS SPONSOR
noise is a business invention agency that creates and markets new
businesses, brands, platforms and programs for companies targeting young
adults. The company’s mission: To dramatically improve the way brands engage
with young adults. To that end we have created a tightly knit team of
creatives, marketers, developers and entrepreneurs. Our mantra: Be
respectful. It applies to co-workers, clients, and consumers alike. We try
really hard to avoid team members who don’t have an equal amount of respect
for all three.www.noisenewyork.com

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Registration: http://ixdanycdec09.eventbrite.com/
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See you there!

The IxDA NYC local leaders

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