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UXLondon Redux

Posted in events, ideas, Twitter, Uncategorized, UX by solle on 08/07/2009

We at the London IA group have organised an evening of recaps of the recent – and hugely successful – UXLondon

The line up for the evening at this point is (though it may change):

6.30pm doors open

7pm London IA Welcome

7.05 Presentation round up: Christian Petzny on Dan Saffer – presentation/workshop

Questions

7.30 Workshop/presentation round up: Francois Jordaan on Jared Spool – presentation/workshop

Questions

7.55 Workshop/presentation round up: Desigan Chinniah sums up Peter Merholz, Donna Spencer, Don Norman

Questions and 15 minute break

8.30 presenter view: Luke Wroblewski (prerecorded video)

8.35 Workshop session: Wireframing 2.0 redux James Box

Questions

9.15 Workshop session: Sketching UX Pictionary – Jane Austin/Frances Eida

10.00 presenter view: Jared Spool (prerecorded video)

10.05 Clearleft view & future: Andy Budd

11pm finish

The event is being hosted by Jason Mesut at The Team and is being sponsored by Nick Cochrane at Zebra People with a few prizes and giveaways including copies of Balsamiq

Over the course of the evening we hope to gain insight and feedback into the first day presentations from UXLondon and the second and third day workshops from the perspective of delegates, presenters, people who ran workshops and organisers. We will also endeavour to run a couple of ‘mini’ workshops based on UXLondon workshops.

The event is open to all members of London IA and there will be no charge.

There will be refreshments and a background of music from Martin Belam and I hope Jason Mesut and myself.

Below is the evening’s poster and supporting image:

uxlondon

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