Join us on Wednesday, April 25 for our second "We’ll Talk: UX” of 2018. We had some really interesting projects last time around and an awesome group who mentored and gave great feedback on those projects. It was a lot of fun so let’s do it again!
This month we’d like to rekindle our article discussion as well. So check out this article in Fast Co. Design and come prepared to give us your thoughts about it: '10 New Principles Of Good Design -
Dieter Rams’s design principles get a 21st-century update': https://www.fastcodesign.com/90154519/10-new-principles-of-good-design
For those of you unfamiliar with "We’ll Talk: UX” we are a peer-to-peer discussion group designed to build and strengthen the local UX community of NELA through mentorship and project sharing. We provide a safe, casual setting where UX Designers, Project Managers and (web / app) Developers come to present current, on-going or new projects/products they are working on. A “community of strangers” will critique, evaluate, discuss and give solid feedback. These discussions tend to help presenters talk through, learn, and later iterate whatever issue(s) they might have with their site, app, etc… It’s not a “show and tell” but a place to get help on your projects or to get you back on track or just headed in the right direction, if that may be the case.
We’ll be back at ADP’s Innovation Center this month and we will continue the discussion down at Del Fresco’s bar afterwards.
Let us know if you’d be interested in sharing a project with us. Please post a note in the comments section here to secure a spot.
ADP is on 55 Lake Ave in Pasadena and is also 4 blocks south (just past Colorado) from the Metro Lake Station on the Gold Line for you cool public transporters.
The main entrance into ADP on Lake Ave closes at 6:30 PM. You must go around to the other side of the building, across the courtyard. There will be someone in the lobby to help you get to the 4th floor (ADP) until 7. For ADP security reasons please remember to bring your ID.
There is plenty of street/ meter parking around the building after 6 PM. There are also a few affordable parking lots a couple blocks away. (Check ahead before coming). But the closest (but sort of expensive) lot is at the building itself.
Pasadena Towers Parking Garage
55 S. Lake Ave Pasadena, CA 91101
$6.25/hr or $16.25/day
Special thanks to ADP and our good friends at Innovate Pasadena for their support!!