One Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
Lecture Hall West, 2nd floor
In this one-day workshop, you'll learn how to use a wide variety of user experience metrics as part of everyday work. Bill Albert, co-author of the first ever book on this subject, Measuring the User Experience: Collecting, Analyzing, and Presenting Usability Metrics, will lead the workshop.
At some point we’ve all had a great user insight or design concept that a client or stakeholder just didn't buy into. This talk is about how to avoid that heartbreak. It’s about generating and spreading ideas that stay with your audiences.
EffectiveUI, a user experience consultancy with offices in Denver, Rochester, and NYC, is hosting a day-long design thinking workshop in Manhattan on Friday, 8/15. Take the day and come practice your human-centered design skills with other current and aspiring UX'ers. This would also be a great learning experience for PMs, sales, marketing, engineers, or anyone else who works alongside UX practitioners. Registration:http://bit.ly/1rFdnTr
We live with machines all around us. The fabric of our cities is made up of connected nodes that track weather, traffic, and commerce. These machines send us messages, tell us what to wear, show us entertainment, and monitor our behaviour. Our physical world is networked and made of code, and we usually don't even notice it. This is the programmable world, a world we now live in where everything is new media.