UX Speaker Series
HCDE 521 Seminar, Winter 2014
Please join the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) for a 10-week seminar this winter on user experience (UX), as industry experts speak about current issues and research in the field.
Each 40-minute talk will be filmed and will be followed by a Q&A session. Videos of the talks are posted online within one business day of the presentation. Members of the University of Washington community and the public are welcome.
Students registered for the 521 course are on the honor system to watch the videos online or attend the sessions in person.
Loew Hall, Room 216
University of Washington, Seattle campus
Designing for Multi-screen Customer Journeys
Geoff Harrison, Blink Interactive
Medical Design and Development as it Relates to User Research, Usability and the Regulatory Environment
Carmen Chacon, Kaleidoscope
Design in the Real World (or, at least, Groupon)
Peter Merholz, Groupon
Doing your homework: UX design for technical products
Joe Tullio and Matt Terich, Google
Adapting to Change: UX Research in an Ever-Changing Business Environment
Andrea Lindeman, T-Mobile
Looking for Trouble: Gathering Design Inspiration From Life's Difficulties
Emma Rose, UW Tacoma
Shouldn’t Doctors Enjoy Using Medical Devices as Much as Smart Phones?
Amanda Mander, Sonosite
Your UX Career Path: In-house, agency, both or neither?
Matt Dente, Fell Swoop
Reputation is Everything: Designing Social Experiences with Accountability
Janice Von Itter, Microsoft
In Which Flying Robots Bring Us Stuff: Design in the New Age of Drones
Matt Shobe, TechStars
Registering for Credit
Taking this seminar for credit?
Register for HCDE 521 (1 Credit, C/NC), instructed by Mark Zachry.
Registration for UW students is available by entry code; contact the HCDE advisor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.