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Jeff Kraemer

New Monthly UX Show & Tell!

Hello to Toronto's best and brightest designers!

We’re launching a monthly UX Show & Tell event, starting this month on October 29th at the Firkin near King and Spadina. We’re looking for submissions from the Toronto interaction design community to show off your best work.

16 Feb 2010 - 9:38am
Chris Avore

[EVENT] Upcoming UX Show and Tell workshops

We're pleased to announce four upcoming UX Show and Tell events in
the US and UK.

We still have room for more folks in all workshops and would love to
see some new faces either bring work to share or simply contribute to
the discussion.

Tuesday February 23
Washington DC at Rock Creek Strategic Marketing

Tuesday February 23
Portland OR at Con-way Freight

19 Jan 2010 - 1:11pm
Meredith Noble

[EVENT] IxDA Toronto - UX Show and Tell Night, Mon Feb 1st, 7-9pm

Our next IxDA Toronto event is going to be a UX Show and Tell night


You come with interesting deliverables you've worked on (or are
actively working on), and share them in a casual setting with others
interested in UX.

Tell us how you communicated your ideas in the face of design
adversity! Alternatively, get feedback on a work-in-progress.

We'll see how things shake out the night of, but we'd like to set
up a number of roundtables with 8-10 people each.

19 Jan 2010 - 8:58am
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Chris Avore

[EVENT] Upcoming UX/IxD/IA Show and Tell Workshops

Just a brief reminder of a number of UX Show and Tell events occurring
around the world in case you happen to be close by or are interested
in learning how to start your own workshop:

Today, January 19 (sorry for the late notice!):
UX Show and Tell Nashville TN

Thursday January 28:
UX Show and Tell Washington DC

Sunday, February 7:

7 Dec 2009 - 12:49pm

[Event] IxDA NYC presents UX Show and Tell with Chris Avore

IxDA NYC is pleased to present

UX Show and Tell with Chris Avore

UX Show and Tell is a casual workshop that’s all about the work, where you
get feedback on your UX, IA and IxD deliverables from practitioners instead
of stakeholders.

Because let's face it: even the most involved practitioners of the UX
community have few places to share work with other helpful colleagues in a
face to face environment.

Even if you don't have something to show, help your fellow IA's, designers,
and researchers by sharing solutions with those who are showing work.

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