New UX Conference in Phoenix, AZ - April 2-3, 2013

22 Feb 2013 - 11:45pm
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theomandel
2003

IUE 2013 PHX Conference

The ninth annual Internet User Experience conference - IUE 2013 - is coming to Phoenix on April 2-3, 2013. The conference highlights top industry speakers, practitioners, and authors to provide attendees with a complete package of Internet user experience design training, case studies, and real-world examples. This is the conference's first appearance in Phoenix.


This year's conference will be held at the Tempe Mission Palms, which is located in the heart of the Mill Avenue District.

The conference goal is to foster improving today's user experience for the internet which includes web, tablet, and mobile sites and applications as they are used in an expanding range of situations and environments.

The conference achieves this by bringing you some of the most compelling speakers and the most experienced and effective trainers in the field of user experience today. The conference also invites a broad range of companies and professionals to showcase contemporary web, tablet, and mobile sites and applications, and to demonstrate significant improvements and redesigns. This combination provides a comprehensive package of internet user experience design training, case studies, business success stories, and real-world examples.

Local UX luminaries, Dean Barker (UX Director, UnitedHealth), Theo Mandel, Ph.D. (Founder and Principal, Interface Design & Development) and Jonathan Mann (UX Manager, PayPal) will participate in keynote presentations and panel sessions.

Early Conference Registration is now available at discounted rates. Discounts are available to Association members of ACM, HFES, PDMA, SIGCHI, STC and UXPA.

Corporate sponsorships are also available. Visit the Sponsors page for more information.

Comments

7 Mar 2013 - 8:10am
adrianjs
2013
This is great !!
9 Mar 2013 - 1:22am
theomandel
2003

Adrian,

Thanks for the comment. We are excited to bring this conference to Phoenix. Hope you attend!

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