NOV 7th 2007: Maine UX Event: 6 spectacular speakers - 3 fantastic sessions!

31 Oct 2007 - 8:44am
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NOV 7th 2007: Maine UX Event: 6 spectacular speakers - 3 fantastic sessions!

Join us for a full day of learning and sharing, stimulating speakers, fun
after-party, and dinner with Maine UX friends, old in new--all set against
the backdrop of beautiful Portland, Maine!

Maine UX - 3 sessions - speakers!
Date: November 07 2007
Location: South Portland, Maine, USA

About This Event
Come to Portland, Maine, for a full-day adventure of the best in UX! Each
year the Maine UX community brings together UX experts, luminaries, and
peers from here and "From Away" for a day-long learning experience. This
year's theme seems to be what it means to be nimble, agile, inspired—how
that plays itself out in dynamic prototyping, games-inspired experience
design, and agile or guerilla usability testing.


Snapshot of three 90-minute sessions, and 6 stimulating speakers!

Agile and Guerrilla Methods—How Design and Usability Is Really Getting Done
- Cay Lodine, Principal User Experience Analyst, SeaChange International
- Ann Marie McCarthy, Senior Interaction Designer, Kronos

Prototyping—Cheap and Easy Tricks for Better Software
- Carolyn Snyder, Principal, Snyder Consulting
- Kyle Pero Soucy, Principal, Usable Interface

Experience Design—Lessons Learned from Games Design
- Sarah Bloomer, Founder and Principal, Sarah Bloomer & Co
- Marise Phillips, VP of Product Design, MyQuire

We'd love to see you at the conference—as well as afterward at a
post-conference dinner of UX Track speakers, colleagues visiting for the
conference, and Mainers in UX. We'll be gathering at a favorite bistro of
Portland's "cultural creatives" in the fun and fashionable Munjoy Hill
section of town.

So whether you're in Northern New England--or have always wanted to
be--c'mon up (or down, or over). We look forward to seeing you!

btw: when we say "UX" we mean--oh, you know, really...the whole big-tent
gamut-run of user experience, usability, interaction design, information
architecture, UI design, HCI/CHI, as well as out of the wilds of visual,
graphic, and industrial design, social networking, user-centered design and
development, findability, search, SEO, taxonomy/ontology, library & info
science, online marketing/communications, elearning, harem, scarem, merchan,
tarem, zig-zag-zav, lorem ipsum...etc. (whew!)

Get full details

Any questions...?

UX Track
Susan Doran, UX Track coordinator
207-774-4963 (land)
292-296-4849 (cell)
susandoran at

General MESDA conference questions
Joe Kumiszcza, Executive Director of MESDA
207-857-3003 x101
joe at

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