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The Design of the User Interface

The next PANMA event, on November 17, features The Design of the User Interface - How the Process Unfolds.

Michaelangelo Ilagan and Brian Crumley will engage in a discussion of  their views and experiences as they explore the iterative process that results in the final user interface. Hear how Mike and Brian incorporate client communication, appropriate technologies and best practices to get great results!

Join us on November 17 for this in-depth discussion by two of our community's most active web designers!

This event is free! Pizza will be served!

Register: The Design of the User Interface - PANMA Event

Location: University of PA, Huntsman Hall, 3730 Walnut Street, Room 265
Time: Doors open at 5:30pm. Talk will run 6:00-7:30pm. Q&A until 8pm.
Date: Thursday, November 17, 2011

Thanks to Wharton Computing for providing a great venue and the pizza!


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  • Jim

    Presenters were pleasant and seemed competent but not enough technical advice. Too much discussion about their past experiences that didn't help me much.

    November 18, 2011

  • Richard G.

    Great to hear a couple guys that are a few years older than myself, and to see what their experience in the field has been like. I also liked that one worked at a small firm while the other worked at a very large corporation because that gave me a perspective from both sides. However, the only downfall to the talk was that it didn't feel very well put together. I don't want to criticize too much because they had to speak for about 2 hours, but there were a lot of um's, ya know's, etc, and that can turn a great talk into one that is very boring after a while. I think if they just spent a little more time organizing themselves prior to the talk and were a little less adhoc it would make it a lot better. Overall all though they had some great information and I'm glad I went.

    November 18, 2011

  • Nick F.

    Sorry for the late responses. All are welcome. The event will last till 8pm. About a 90min presentation with a Q&A area.

    November 17, 2011

  • Amy

    I just realized in my haste to sign up the other day, that I only rsvpd here and I'm assuming these will not be officially counted as registration entries. Would anyone be able to add me to the list if the event is not completely full? I sent an email to PANMA but did not see a phone number on the site. Thank you, Amy (I'll get any responses here thru email)

    November 17, 2011

  • Eduardo C.

    About how long will this run for?

    November 17, 2011

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