Just a quick reminder for all of you that UX Lx: User Experience
Lisbon talk submissions close this Sunday, January 31st. So if
you're holding onto great research findings, case studies or simply
if you have groundbreaking ideas, don't miss out and submit your
talk before the deadline ends.
UX Lx is 3 day event focused on all topics User Experience and will
take place in the beautifully sunny city of Lisbon, Portugal from May
12 to 14 2010.
Just a reminder that the early bird discount for UX London runs out at
the end of this week. So if you're interested in attending I'd
recommend grabbing your tickets now to save £200.
Need some tips on getting your training budget approved? Kimberly
Blessing has some excellent advice on this front.
If you're not familiar with UX London, it's fast becoming Europe's
premier user experience conference. We've got some fantastic speakers
including Jesse James Garrett from Adaptive Path, Bill Moggridge from
IDEO and author, Scott McCloud.
I'm starting on a project in the New Year where the client has
arranged a 3 hour UX discovery meeting with 20 stakeholders right at
the beginning of the project before I've had any real time to do my
The client's objectives for the meeting are to define the personas
and user journeys and the first draft of the structure for the site.
After the meeting I will have an opportunity to conduct one-on-one
The project itself is to develop a fairly laborious offline
application process into a streamlined online process.
My company Bamboudesign (http://www.bamboudesign.com) is organizing a
workshop to train designers and developers on a new iPhone-like SDK
called Ansca Corona, that makes it easy to build iPhone apps. Join us
on November 14 in San Francisco!
Join us for a low-key workshop. We will start with a brainstorming
exercise followed by work in small groups on design ideation and
solution sketches. At the end, the small groups will present their
ideas and sketches back to the larger group.
107 SE Washington St. Suite 520
Portland, Oregon 97214
*Use the north entrance on Washington Street
The MFA in Interaction Design Program at SVA and IxDA NYC are pleased to
announce the first of a series of quarterly workshops:
Join comic book artist Scott McCloud for an exclusive two-day visual lecture
and intensive hands-on workshop in the art of making comics. Strong emphasis
will be given to developing clarity, storytelling skills and personal
expression. Students will learn and apply a variety of techniques for
presenting narratives through comics, as well as a wide arsenal of skills
applicable to any form of graphic communication.