Past Meetup

User Memory Design: How to Make Your UX Unforgettable

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We will not be able to stream the event this month - apologies! We will post Curt's slides after the meetup.


6:30pm Doors open, food, mingle

7:00pm Kickoff, announcements

7:15pm User Memory Design: How to Make Your UX Unforgettable

8:15pm Q&A, Wrap up, mingle!


For our September event, we'll be heading over to the new Viget HQ in Falls Church.

105 W. Broad Street, 4th & 5th Floor, Falls Church, VA 22046 (,+Falls+Church,+VA+22046/@38.8823273,-77.1739459,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x89b7b4ea83010999:0xf6a6fcad88ddc48)

Here's some helpful details on how to get there (


Experience is overrated. Memory is what really matters in today’s digital economy. Designing “digital experiences” is common now; we know that top sites and apps are “immersive” and “interactive". But does it matter in the end if your users walk away without a positive memory?

Listen to classic psychology studies and theory to learn how humans convert experiences into memories in irrational but systematic ways. Find out how to use this understanding to focus less on your users’ ephemeral perceptions and more on what motivates their decisions in the longer term.

This session is for anyone who wants to see Curt Arledge talk through examples, quotes, and stories and learn how to be a better user memory designer.

About Curt Arledge

Curt ( is a UX Designer at Viget in Falls Church, Virginia. When he's not working with clients like Politico, Bronx Zoo, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, he writes for the Viget blog and conducts independent research studies. Likes include history, maps, historical maps, hiking, craft beer, craft doughnuts, watercraft, and deciding right away what to watch on Netflix.

About Sponsors

Viget ( has graciously offered sponsor the space & food. Thanks!

Viget is an independent digital agency known for its digital marketing, design, and development capabilities. Founded in 1999, the 65-person Viget team designs and builds custom software products and platforms for Fortune 100 brands and funded startups. To learn more about Viget, view our creative work at .

Viget is also hiring for a UX designer. You can find out more detail here .