UXnet NYC Event: Mar 15, 7-9p RSVP REQUIRED

28 Feb 2005 - 3:49pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

A UXnet Panel Discussion:
How UX Plays (and Works) Together
What I do that you don't - and vice versa - and how we can work together
better

Keynoted and Moderated by Louis Rosenfeld*

Panelists*:
Mark Hurst, Whitney Quesenbery, Josh Seiden, James Spahr, and Conor Brady

Where: Tuesday, March 15; 7-9p

Where: Parsons Design Lab @ 55 W. 13th St. (bet. 5th &
6th AVes) on the 9th Floor.

You must RSVP to attend, as we have limited space. Send RSVPs to info (at)
nyc.htmhell.com

Sponsored by the Parsons School of Design, the Parsons Design Lab and the
UXnet NYC Leadership Council**

The Calendar for the UXnet NYC Leadership Council is at
http://nyc.htmhell.com/

The web site for UXnet is at http://uxnet.org/

*Bios
Louis Rosenfeld:
Lou is an independent information architecture consultant; recent
clients include Caterpillar, the NCAA, and the Department of Veterans
Affairs. He is co-author of "Information Architecture for the World Wide
Web," and is co-founder of the Information Architecture Institute and UXnet.

Whitney Quesenbery:
Whitney is an independent usability and design consultant with a
passion for clear communication. She's the President of UPA, a co-founder
UXnet, and a newly minted STC Associate Fellow. Just to keep busy, she's
also an appointed member of a federal advisory committee for voting system
standards.

Mark Hurst:
Mark is founder of customer experience consultancy Creative Good;
host of the Gel (Good Experience Live) conference; editor of This Is
Broken (http://www.thisisbroken.com).

Josh Seiden:
Josh is the founder and president of 36 Partners and a respected consultant,
designer, teacher, and speaker.

Connor Brady:
Connor is currnetly Creative Director at Avenue A | Razorfish

James Spahr:
James is acting assistant chair of Communications Design at Pratt Institute,
where he teaches both Information Architecture and Design. He is also an
independent consultant.

**List the members of the UXnet NYC Leadership Council:

AIGA: http://www.aiga.org
The Interaction Design Group (IxDG): http://ixdg.org
NYC IA Meet Up: http://ia.meetup.com/14/
NYC CHI: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nycchi/
NYC UPA: http://www.nycupa.org
STC NY Metro: http://www.stcnymetro.org/

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