I know it has recently chaged from being an MA and MSc to just being an MSc. My background is in design and advertising and although I would like to know all apsects of the field research etc, I would not like it to be at the expense of my strengths ie. design.
Cambridge Usability Group is pleased to announce a free talk on April 11th (6.30pm)
Tony Russell-Rose: From Search to Discovery Search user experience has come a long way from just a simple text input field. Faceted search interfaces have become standard on most e-commerce websites and search results help guide users to related and featured content. But how and why have search interfaces evolved so much in recent years?
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.
It's a three-day conference in the heart of London, featuring one
day of inspirational talks and two days of hands-on workshops.
Leading attractions this year include JJG, Peter Morville, Josh
Porter, Scott McCloud, Bill Moggridge and many more.
Last year tickets sold out within the early bird period, and we ended
up having over 250 people on the waiting list.