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Emmeline
2011

UX Brighton 2011

When: Friday, 4 November 2011 (1 day)
Where: Brighton Corn Exchange
Cost: £129/£149
Details: http://uxbrighton.org.uk/2011/
Tickets: http://uxbrighton2011.eventbrite.com/

Whether you’re new to the field or you’re a design industry professional, UX Brighton 2011 is a great opportunity to debate, cogitate and learn about User Experience through the lense of various disciplines stretching from anthropology to cross-channel design.

Patrick Sansom
2009

Design Jam Brighton

Brighton's very first Design Jam will take place on Saturday 5th  November 2011 at Cogapp's lovely design studio.

Mentors & challenge will be announced soon - so watch this space!

13 Oct 2011 - 1:41am
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xaotica
2011

New Seattle group for female designers / UXers / devs / etc.

I'm starting a free, nonprofit coworking group called ++XX for women who do design / development /technical writing / social media / UX or whatever else. It's not a networking event... just a place to bring your laptop and work on projects and share skills. The first meeting is this Thursday. It's going to meet 4 times a month from 6pm-9pm on alternating Mondays and Thursdays (2 of those times at Metrix on Capitol Hill and 2 at Jigsaw Renaissance in the International District.) 

11 Oct 2011 - 8:17am
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Shelton
2009

FrontEnd 2011 Conference (Live Stream)

FrontEnd 2011 Conference

Russ Unger is currently speaking but there are plenty more great UX tidbits to consume from this conference.

Check it out, www.frontend2011.com.
Twitter @frontend_conf

 

10 Oct 2011 - 4:44pm
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jonesabi
2006

{EVENT} Real-time's Impact on Place and The UX of Mobile Gaming

 

Join us for an evening of live-maps, location-based services, and the user experience of games.

30 Sep 2011 - 11:01am
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tdellaringa
2006

What do you think about this menu?

Greetings,

I've been tasked with reviewing an admin interface for one of our devices. In this interface, there is a very simple menu system. You can take a look at it (sans labels) at the following link:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/48702/menu-orig.jpg

As you can see, the main menu is color coded for each item. Opening a main item gives you a secondary (and even a tertiary) flyout menu of the same color.

27 Sep 2011 - 7:59am
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Samir
2011

Ways to display addresses

I am in the middle of a project where we handle some personal information, such as users addresses. Obviously we don't want to display a users address to someone other than that user. Now I'm looking for ways to "obfuscate" the address in a way that makes it obvious to the right person that the address displayed is her address, but not for others. 

Does anyone have any tips or ideas?

20 Sep 2011 - 9:25am
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William Hudson
2009

Early Booking Discount Until 30 September for UxFest London

 

Early Booking Discount Until 30 September for UxFest London

Apologies for this mid-month update, but I wanted to let you know about the early booking discount for UxFest London (1-4 November) and to provide some extra information about some of the courses.

15 Sep 2011 - 1:40pm
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Jan Jursa
2008

MobX - an invitation to Berlin

Dear IxDA Barcelona,

I want to point your attention to our new conference on Mobile Experience Design & Usability ... called MobX (http://mobxcon.org).

Yeah, I know - Barcelona-Berlin is not exactly around the corner :) But hey: it's still Europe, right? We have invited super interesting speakers from Uganda, Australia, USA ... and they all come to join us in Berlin on Nov 18, 2011 (workshops on Nov 17) for an awesome one day high speed conference.

8 Sep 2011 - 8:30pm
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Rodrigo Sanchez
2009

[EVENT] NYCUPA - Tues 9/20/11 - "Whaddaya Mean, I'm Not Qualified?" A Discussion On Roles and Experience In The User Experience Industry

EVENT DESCRIPTION:
When it comes to to finding a job in the user experience industry, there's a lot of heartache. There are the confusing acronyms (IxD, UX, IA, etc.), and the job descriptions (like "wireframe") that mean different things to different people. How does a person transition into the field? Are you selling yourself short? How many years of experience do you need? And how much should these jobs pay?

 

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