TC UX Meetup - March 2014: UX Trivia Night!

Tonight!

Rescheduled from the cancelled-due-to-weather holiday funtime edition of the TC UX Meetup...

UX TRIVIA NIGHT

We'll put together some teams and test our knowledge of all things UX, from the fundamental to the obscure.

Learn a little, get to know each other in teams, and work cooperatively toward the complete trivia destruction of all opponents! Also: Prizes!

Everyone is welcome. Do join us.

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  • Derek H.

    Thank you to everyone who came out!

    Ironically, we inadvertently postponed the social event from a too-cruel-to-drive winter evening to a too-gorgeous-to-stay-inside spring evening.

    However, folks turned up nonetheless for what turned out to be a fun and free-flowing conversation wrapped around some serious collaborative learning, accompanied by the Wilde Roast's food and drink.

    The last four of us were still there talkin' UX when they finally shut down the room shortly before 10!

    RESULTS

    Congratulations to the victorious team Amber North, who won bragging rights and Caribou Coffee gift certificates.

    For those who missed out on the educational experience, fret not, for the answers were:
    D, B, B, A, A, 9, C, D, B, C, A, D, A, B, D, C, B, C, E, F, F, wife.

    NEXT STEPS

    Next month's presenter looks to be a good one, and we'll put up the announcement once we've ironed out a topic. As always, please continue to let us know what sorts of ideas are the ones you want to discuss.

    March 11, 2014

  • Bill D.

    Awesome!

    March 11, 2014

  • Bill D.

    If you wanted to assess the navigation of a Web site, which technique would be the best recommendation?

    A. Moderated Usability Test
    B. Tree Test
    C. Heuristic Evaluation
    D. Unmoderated Usability Test

    February 26, 2014

  • Bill D.

    If "UX" were a Scrabble word, how many points would it be worth?

    February 19, 2014

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