Save the date! UX and Agile

Hey, everybody, and happy Friday! Here are the details of our next meetup:

Jim Laing, senior designer at UPMC’s Technology Development Center, will be speaking about the relationship between UX and agile, drawing from both his current position and previous work at education not-for-profit ITHAKA. Jim has been a speaker at MidwestUX, and he has also worked as an experience researcher for Adobe Systems. We’re thrilled to have him!  

Following Jim’s talk, we’ll have what we’re calling “UX show & tell,” an open (and hopefully lively!) forum for people to share experiences, ideas, trends, successes and challenges from around the wide world of UX.

We hope to see you there!

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  • Greg R.

    Hello again. If I may continue the show & tell…I enjoyed listening to this audio book recently: The Filter Bubble by Eli Pariser…essentially, how what we see on the Web is highly controlled, and not necessarily in our best interest. Check out www.thefilterbuble.com.

    3 · May 15

    • Greg R.

      Excuse me…www.thefilterbubble.c­om !

      May 16

  • Becky T.

    Great topic.

    1 · May 6

    • Jeremy B.

      Glad you were able to attend, Becky. Hope to see you at the next one, too!

      May 15

  • Brandon M. H.

    Great talk, Jim! You're session inspired me to look more into agile...Thanks again!!! Jeremy thank again for the show and tell session, keep it going....

    1 · May 7

    • Jeremy B.

      Thanks, Brandon -- glad you could make it!

      May 15

  • Ron L.

    Great talk, Jim! Lots of stuff that got me thinking. One of your comments that wasn't in a slide was the addition of predictability to the old adage "fast, cheap, good -- pick two". I'd love to see a diagram and/or more thoughts around that.

    4 · May 7

  • Greg R.

    Enjoyed the presentation and show & tell. Lots of good suggestions and links to check out.

    1 · May 7

  • Easwar P.

    Good talk Jim ! Liked the UX Show & Tell session. Thank you Jeremy for organizing a wonderful session!
    Look to see many meetup in the future with great topics.

    May 7

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