Time: March 4, 2010 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Street: 109 State Street, Suite 2
Website or Map: http://tiny.cc/oHI2v
Phone: (617) 723-2122â
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Chris Avore
UX Show & Tell is a casual workshop thatâs all about the work. Show
shortcuts. Ask what to annotate in a wireframe. Draft scenarios and
user stories, and identify one from the other. Get feedback from
practitioners instead of stakeholders and engage in discussions on
process and strategy.
Bring your deliverables to either get useful, implementable feedback
or to show unique solutions to potentially common design problems.
Drafts/incomplete work welcome.
We'll have a round-table discussion where one person tells the group
if they need help with a design problem, or if they are sharing a
unique solution that's worked well for them in the past. That person
will then take a few minutes to walk through what he or she is sharing
and where help is needed, if appropriate.
Questions and dialogue from the rest of the group are expected and
encouraged--this isn't meant to be one person presenting to an
If you don't want to bring anything to show, you're more than
welcome to attend and contribute to the discussion.
We'll decide later where to take the discussions after the workshop
is officially over at 8:30 PM.
As always, all current or prospective user experience designers,
information architects, web developers, content strategists, graphic
designers, etc. are encouraged to share deliverables or just attend.
Paper deliverables are perfectly acceptable, and we'll also have
wireless internet, a projector and screen available for showing work.
Drafts, incomplete work, personal projects and prototypes are all
welcome for sharing.