Event: LAdobe and LA-UX present "The Skool's Jose Caballer at Your Request"

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Join The Los Angeles User Experience Meetup group and LAdobe on Thursday night, December 6th at 7pm at the ING Direct Cafe at 11175 Santa Monica Blvd in West Los Angeles. Parking is available in the garage located next to the cafe and the Tesla dealership. Please keep in mind, there will be a lot of traffic at that location, so plan accordingly.

Have questions for Jose Caballer for this Thursday night's "At Your Request" event? Ask them here: http://ow.ly/fNuMA

As 2012 wraps up, we're going out in style to present one of the biggest names in web design. Jose Caballer runs the Skool (http://theskoolrocks.com/), an education company offering online and physical classes on Design, User Experience, Management and much more. Their goal is to help you reduce the pain of managing complex web and app projects. Jose runs the Skool and also produces a weekly podcast, This Week in Web Design (http://thisweekin.com/thisweekin-web/).

In addition, LAdobe will have the finals of the Website Nightmares competition where three finalists will show off their design mockups of what may be the new LAdobe starting in the first quarter of 2013! Winner will receive a copy of Creative Suite 6 and many other prizes. Professional judges as well as the audience will help decide the winner!

Well have food from Big Fat Pita (http://www.bigfatpita.com/) courtesy of OnwardSearch (http://www.onwardsearch.com/) and drinks courtesy of ING Direct/CapitalOne 360 (http://www.ingdirect.com/). This will be a fantastic evening and a must if you're into web design and development. We look forward to seeing you on December 6th.

Register here:
http://www.eventbrite.com/event/4853443781

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