What approaches and terminology do we use to talk to others about our day-to-day and long-term user experience work? How do we sell ourselves and get buy-in for our activities? Is there such a thing as too much transparency?
A panel of UXers from corporate, non-profit, startup and educational worlds discusses lessons learned from communicating UX work to internal stakeholders as well as clients.
For those of us who were there at the beginning, nothing will ever feel like, well, the beginning. For Example '08 was amazing, for no other reason except it was a moment. Yes, the conference was amazing, but when I really think back on it despite all my desire to have that level of catering and homey feel again, the real thing I think those of us who compare everything to Savannah 08 is "the moment" and the only way to describe it is "the beginning".
Microsoft and the University of Washington’s Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering are co-hosting the Puget Sound Word Usability Day event on November 8th, 2012 at Microsoft Conference Center, Redmond, WA. The topic is centered around consumers and businesses need from financial systems and other systems usability. After the event there are tours available to visit "Inclusive Innovation Showroom" to explore assistive technologies and "Office Design Lab" to know behind the sceens where Microsoft Office is built.
Does anyone have any ideas/examples for great digital experiences at events. Looking to do some exciting things for a one day conference with suits. Looking at digital collaborative tables where we can load up presentations and have like minded peers talking/engaging and possibly a social media wall. If you know anyone who is doing some great things would love to hear about them.
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