Shame On UX is an open-format user experience meet-up focused on discussing the importance of UX and UI by poking fun at where it has failed.

For people with a passion for user interface design, we discuss the principals of good user experience by exploring ones submitted as shameful. They range from really bad to examples where information could simply be designed better, but it's a lot of fun.

We run group exercises to get people thinking about information design, user requirements, and how this all ties back to planning an effective interface.

If you have any ideas, questions, or really just anything at all, please contact Nick or send a tweet @nick_eubanks

 

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Recent Meetups

  • January 22 · 6:30 PM

    Accessibility

    13 Shamesters

    I am currently heading up the front-end coding accessibility initiative for Comcast's eBusiness sites. I would love to share my knowledge.
  • April 24, 2013 · 7:00 PM

    Little Moves Make A Big Difference

    53 Shamesters | 5.00 5.003

    Hey Shamesters! Join us for April's Shame On UX where user interface expert Johnny Bilotta is going to show us how little changes can make a big difference. In Formula... Learn more
  • October 11, 2012 · 7:00 PM

    Designing Your First Split Test

    22 Shamesters | 5.00 5.002

    Hey Shamesters, It's finally that time again... After a long break for summer vacations, we're gearing up to come back with a vengeance. For our October meet-up we will... Learn more
  • June 28, 2012 · 7:00 PM

    Split Testing Using Real Data

    16 Shamesters | 5.00 5.003

    Hello Shamesters! It's that time again. Shame On UX will be meeting next week for our June meet-up, this time to discuss split testing using real data. When it comes to... Learn more
  • May 23, 2012 · 7:00 PM

    Checkout Optimization - Shopping Cart User Experience

    45 Shamesters | 5.00 5.005

    Hey Shamesters! Ever had a really bad online shopping experience? Did it make you think "this has to be the worst shopping cart on the internet?" I know how you feel,... Learn more
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