Those who attend create value by sharing their impressions. The feedback is structured so all of you get to add value, and all get to hear and learn, too.
If you present something, you get group feedback. Show us your "X" a clickable prototype, or wireframes, or a brief concept, or a working app.
Use of Time
5:40 Meet and Greet
5:50 1st round of "Present + Get Crowd Feedback"
7:37 -Fin- Take off to some other place.
It's OK if you don't feel comfortable in UX (User Experience) Strategy. You gain a lot, by participating and evaluating. Also you learn by hearing what others think. So come. Add your voice. Give your feedback along with others'.
Normally at event start, we have a few presenters lined up; we may find more presenters by unconference-style (we ask and someone offers to show their work).
How to be a presenter: arrive early; tell us you have something to present (say it early) not waiting until the event is half-over; 2. have your device ready to present; 3. after you show your "X" take notes while the feedback is coming at you (not engaging in Q+A) and stay in the room to see the other presenters next, and you'll find that people come to you during the break times to add more input for you.
We have great acoustics and a huge projection wall. About Evolving Web the space host who owns the projector and the wall: a Web Dev agency. They're often present at the EvolveUX event ; consider them as potential partners. To get a cowork-landing-pad access, or to work as UX, project manage, or dev: http://evolvingweb.ca/contact