If you wish to have your startup get reviewed, please register here:
APPLICANT REGISTRATION FORM (http://www.meetup.com/NYC-Technology-Startups/events/138681552/)
Are you working on a new web or mobile based product and need advice? If you need some feedback and have questions regarding the UI/UX of your product, this is the class for you.
We will provide individuals or small teams with the opportunity to review their work in an informal environment regardless of where they are in the process - from early stage wire frames to fully functional prototypes and live sites (jpg, pdf formats are preferred for projects that are not online).
Presenters will have 10 minutes each to present their work and request a specific page/problem to review. Other attendees are invited to join in on the conversation and review as the idea is to have an interactive conversation we can all learn and benefit from.
Due to limited time, we will only be able to review 5 teams/individuals. All other attendees are invited to contribute to the conversation and learn how to evaluate projects based on target audience, business goals, and design and usability best practices.
Tammy Guy is the founder of a visual design and usability consulting firm (http://tguydesign.com/index.html) focused on strategic brand planning, creative direction and diffusion of user experience problems by applying design theory and usability best practices. Her firm provided consulting services to clients from various industries such as fashion retail, commodity retail, pharmaceutical, insurance, financial services, social networking and others. Services include product evaluation, strategy and planning, creative development and direction and usability consulting. With more then 13 years of experience, Tammy previously worked as the Creative Director at LivePerson, Inc. and was a Design Group Manager at the Hertz Corporation where she art-directed all aspects of graphical application development for all customer facing websites. Tammy has been a frequent guest speaker with the Nielsen Norman Group for the past few years, teaching visual design and usability workshops and been teaching similar courses with General Assembly in NYC.