• Lessons from UX Lisbon 2014 with Jonathan Steingiesser

    In June of this year the top design thinkers descended on Lisbon for 3 packed days of keynotes, workshops and networking. They covered a whole lot of topics and our fellow NYU Abu Dhabi UX Designer, Jonathan was right there in the middle of the action. Please go to Eventbrite to claim your free ticket! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lessons-from-ux-lisbon-2014-with-jonathan-steingiesser-tickets-14239353289 In this meetup, Jonathan will share his experience of attending UXLX and highlight the key messages from the conference. He will also discuss what it's like to be a UX Designer in Abu Dhabi and creating a UX community in the United Arab Emirates. You can browse the following links to get a snapshot of the topics covered during the event. Designing with Lean UX - https://www.ux-lx.com/speaker.html?n=kater#workshop Collaborative Research - https://www.ux-lx.com/speaker.html?n=erikah#workshop (https://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ux-lx.com%2Fspeaker.html%3Fn%3Derikah%23workshop&h=sAQH_10EL&enc=AZMiZ7fCW2-9ipwNeC2cHN6NWTixDhjp6itc059SRrmkz_10QY5UVcEBDkCps_yfF2s&s=1) Design-led Innovation - https://www.ux-lx.com/speaker.html?n=steveb#workshop (https://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ux-lx.com%2Fspeaker.html%3Fn%3Dsteveb%23workshop&h=7AQHSnnzv&enc=AZOYMCZ4ZGqnmL5zVNkrPrWqyY6VKhAzQEeRGoT5NUVvLQicR-F96PUrebnQzW0AHNk&s=1) How Designers Destroyed the World - https://www.ux-lx.com/speaker.html?n=mikemonteiro (https://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ux-lx.com%2Fspeaker.html%3Fn%3Dmikemonteiro&h=QAQHPHTMf&enc=AZN5TYp68GNAwzpLimkF0X9BLyKH2Wyz8kQQ7yapOUIw8190A8oVmM6S4E7h3Y0e-7A&s=1) Things I've learned from leading UX Designers - https://www.ux-lx.com/speaker.html?n=russunger (https://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ux-lx.com%2Fspeaker.html%3Fn%3Drussunger&h=zAQFbHPuh&enc=AZNtw_3TLjg_cNCH6B1h1wFjh4M1W-N9QvC_HmOhz6IeuhHQQdXFpw1pE7The6_vpHE&s=1) Who should attend - UXers - Designers - Developers - Project Managers - Entrepreneurs - Startups - All are welcome ** Please go to Eventbrite to claim your free ticket https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lessons-from-ux-lisbon-2014-with-jonathan-steingiesser-tickets-14239353289

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  • Change the World for Good, with UX Design

    Capital One Labs

    Do you believe you can change the world for good with design? We do! So we’d like to focus this session on building teams to conceive and collaborate ideas that will make the world a better place. We will brainstorm together, draw paper prototypes and then run cross-team usability tests to vet out our ideas.

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  • Learn how to make a UX Case Study to win awards and new work

    NYU SCPS - Woolworth Building

    TICKET PURCHASES ARE OPEN HERE: https://uxawards-uxhiringnyc.eventbrite.com (https://uxawards-uxhiringnyc.eventbrite.com/) What makes a great UX Portfolio Case Study for winning awards and getting work? UX School is joining up with NYCCHI, NYU and the UX Awards to present a special panel on the art and science of building a killer case study, and will be giving you the inside scoop on how to win awards and accolades in the industry, and how to craft case studies to land fantastic work. Our expert panel will include: • Bev May (founder of the UX Awards and Oxford Tech + UX) • Ben Tregoing (co-founder of the Design Team) • KC Oh (interaction design lead at Fjord) • Brian Ragan (executive director of UX at MRY) • Matthew Weber (teaches UX Portfolio at NYU, founder of Conjure) Event will be at the Woolworth Building in downtown NYC, on Thursday May 1st @ 6:30pm. TICKET PURCHASES ARE OPEN HERE: https://uxawards-uxhiringnyc.eventbrite.com (https://uxawards-uxhiringnyc.eventbrite.com/)

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  • UX Critique (MicroMeetup)

    WeWork Midtown (5th ave)

    $10.00

    Get a critique, feedback, and bounce ideas with your peers and our in-house professors. In order to get access to this event, you MUST have a project to share, no exceptions. We'll keep this event very small so each attendee gets plenty of critique time. Your project can be in any state, but you must have some sort of deliverable to share (e.g., wireframes, design, a live site, research, your super special spreadsheet, surveys etc). Doors will only be open for admission from 6:30-6:45.

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  • UX + Data

    Pivotal Labs

    This month we'll be exploring the user experience of *data* -- how to make data easily accessible, how to make data compelling, and how to leverage it in your UX process. We'll have two presentations and a workshop from the cutting edge of UX and data. Please note we have a new location! Our speakers will include: Meaghan Nolan, Head of Human Experience at Superhuman, Inc Scott Pobiner, Chief Design Officer at EquaMetrics and Assistant Professor at the New School Burton Yount, UX Director at Conjure 6:45pm doors open 7:00pm first talk begins

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  • UX Critique (MicroMeetup)

    WeWork Midtown (5th ave)

    $10.00

    Get a critique, feedback, and bounce ideas with your peers and our in-house professors. In order to get access to this event, you MUST have a project to share, no exceptions. We'll keep this event very small so each attendee gets plenty of critique time. Your project can be in any state, but you must have some sort of deliverable to share (e.g., wireframes, design, a live site, research, your super special spreadsheet, surveys etc). Doors will only be open for admission from 6:30-6:45.

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  • Cognition and Emotion

    Projective Space LES

    $10.00

    Dr. Craig MacDonald (assistant Professor at Pratt) will talk about *cognition and emotion*, how we process information, and it’s impact on UX design. Doors will open at 6:45, and we'll start the lecture promptly at 7:00.

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  • UX Critique (MicroMeetup)

    WeWork Midtown (5th ave)

    $10.00

    (The last critique went so well, we're doing it again right away) Get a critique, feedback, and bounce ideas with your peers and our in-house professors. In order to get access to this event, you MUST have a project to share, no exceptions. We'll keep this event very small so each attendee gets plenty of critique time. Your project can be in any state, but you must have some sort of deliverable to share (e.g., wireframes, design, a live site, research, your super special spreadsheet, surveys etc). Doors will only be open for admission from 6:30-6:45.

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  • UX Critique

    WeWork Midtown (5th ave)

    $10.00

    Get a critique, feedback, and bounce ideas with your peers and our in-house professors, Van and Matt. In order to get access to this event, you MUST have a project to share, no exceptions. We'll keep this event very small so each attendee gets plenty of critique time. Your project can be in any state, but you must have some sort of deliverable to share (e.g., wireframes, design, a live site, research, your super special spreadsheet, surveys etc). Doors will only be open for admission from 6:30-6:45.

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  • Designing the "Creepy" Out of Google Glass

    Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator

    Digital eyewear like Google Glass is an amazing, transformative technology - but the built-in camera can make it downright *creepy* from a social point of view. We're going to take a quick survey of the technology, and in our workshop we'll prototype solutions to eradicate the creepy factor, and maybe even make the technology socially embraced. * Special treat * This event is free - If you already purchased a ticket, you will receive a refund.

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