UX Week 2007
Interested in going to Adaptive Path’s User Experience Week this August? Use “FORF” (“Friend of Ryan Freitas”) as your discount code during the registration process and receive 15% off.
Not sure if you’re going? Allow me to persuade you:
We’ve finalized our program for this year’s UX Week, and it’s going to be a doozy. This is easily our best UX Week ever, and if you don’t
believe me, just look at the program.
For keynoters, we have Deborah Adler (the Target pill bottle), Jan Chipchase (design research for Nokia), the interface design team for the $100 Laptop, and Adaptive Path’s own Dan Saffer.
Other speakers include Jared Spool, Bill Scott (Ajax guru), Liz Sanders, Dan Brown, Indi Young, Leisa Reichelt. Plenty of Adaptive Path folk will be speaking – I’ll even be giving two talks, one on Evolutionary Product Design and a lunch time session that’s just a big excuse for me to talk about comic books (“Super Heroes and Super Villains of Interaction Design”).
We’ve just announced that folks from CNN.com will be talking about their most recent redesign.
Other topics include:
– designing for mobile devices
– participatory design
– managing UX teams
– search engine interfaces
– agile development and user-centered design
– designing for rich interaction – documentation and accessibility
– social software
Discounted registration ends July 13. Single day registration is now open, as well.
It’ll be great to see you in DC this August.