[PLUG] UX Week 2009; Early Pricing Ends July 1

24 Jun 2009 - 7:10am
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Peter Merholz
2004

Register before July 1st to get early bird pricing. See the speaker
line up below and register here: http://www.uxweek.com/

UX Week 2009
The Palace Hotel
San Francisco, CA
September 15-18
Early bird until July 1st = $2,195
With your FOPM discount = $1,865.75

I've spent a lot of time pulling together this program, and I believe
it is unparalleled in the world of UX conferences. You won't find this
mix of inspiration and information anywhere else.

Main stage talks include:
[+] Matias Duarte, Senior Director of Human Interface and UX at Palm
[+] Sarah Jones, Tony Award winning playwright and performer
[+] Scott McCloud, author of Understanding Comics
[+] Genevieve Bell, Intel Fellow and Director of the User Experience
Group, Intel Digital Home Group
[+] Temple Grandin, Designer of livestock handling facilities and best-
selling author (Animals Make Us Human, Thinking in Pictures)
[+] Jesse James Garrett, Co-Founder and President of Adaptive Path
[+] David Merrill, one of the creators of Siftables
[+] Erin McKean, Independent lexicographer and dictionary evangelist
[+] Martyn Ware, Sonic ID (and founder of the 80's band, The Human
League!)
[+] Elizabeth Windram, Senior UX Designer & Bernhard Seefeld, Product
Manager for Google Maps

3 days of workshops include:
[+] Good Design Faster (sketching & sketchboards) with Rachel Glaves
and Brandon Schauer of Adaptive Path
[+] Noel Franus, Manager of the global identity practice for Sonic ID
[+] Strategy Team of One with Henning Fischer of Adaptive Path
[+] Content Strategy with Kristina Halvorson of Brain Traffic
[+] Facilitation & Collaboration with Julia Houck-Whitaker of Adaptive
Path and Sarah B. Nelson
[+] Designing for Mobile with Rachel Hinman of Adaptive Path
[+] Multitouch with Nathan Moody & Darren David of Stimulant
[+] Michal Migurski & Tom Carden of Stamen
[+] Making Things with Jared Cole of Adaptive Path
[+] Tangible Thinking with Todd Wilkens of Adaptive Path

Register here: http://www.uxweek.com/

If your organization is interested in sending four or more people, we
can talk group discounts. Email events at adaptivepath.com

--peter

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