UX Cambridge is a new event for the East of England User Experience and Design community.
The event is now over. Thanks to everyone who helped make it a success.
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ABOUT UX CAMBRIDGE
The event has a strong, practical focus on creating great user experiences for software, web and mobile applications.
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Some of the speakers have made their slides public:
- Leisa Reichelt: Strategic User Experience
- Jeroen van Geel: The Childish Washer & The Happy Website
- Eewei Chen: From idea to prototype in 180 minutes
- Darius Kumana: Getting Beyong Good Enough (PDF)
- Alisan Atvur: How Socrates Would Design [Experiences]
- Francis Rowland & Antony Quinn: speed Sketching Workshop
- Michele Ide-Smith: Winning hearts and minds: how to embed UX from scratch in a large organisation
- Jenny Cham: Coming out of your shell: using UX workshops to your advantage in a techie / scientific setting (PDF)
- Sedef Gavaz: Adapting UX techniques to fit culture (PPT)
- Mel Findlater Gowland: Changing Lives with Technology (PDF)
- Lyzbelle Strahan: What techniques can design researchers learn from insurance claims investigation? (PPTX)
- Agile / UX panel transcript
- Tim Caynes: Maximising Your Thinking Time in Experience Design (PPTX)
Learn more about the event programme.
CONTACT THE ORGANISERS
UX Cambridge 2011 is organised by Software Acumen, based in Cambridge, England. We specialize in practical events for the software community.
Please call +44 (0)1223 900107 if you have questions about the event.
We are very pleased to announce Leisa Reichelt (@leisa) as our keynote speaker.
Keynote: Strategic UX
Leisa Reichelt left the agency and consulting world four years ago in order to concentrate finding ways to help start ups get more access to good user experience consultancy, and to make some good experiences of her own.
She has a background in formal User Centred Design, Design Research and Information Architecture combined with a passion for making these practices more accessible and more successful for companies with limited time or resources, and for those who work using Agile or Lean methodologies.
Leisa is a regular speaker and workshop-giver and has spoken at conferences including London IA, UX London, dConstruct, Future of Web Apps, Web 2.0 Expo, Interaction, and Reboot. She has mentored at Seedcamp and coordinates the London UX Bookclub and UX Bootcamps.
She is writing a book on Strategic User Experience , working on her very own start up, freelance UX consulting, playing with her two small boys, and when time permits and inspiration hits, blogs at Disambiguity.
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