Events

HCDE 521 Seminar, Winter 2012

UX Speaker Series

Please join the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) in Winter Quarter for a 10-week seminar on current topics in the HCDE field by industry experts. Each 40-minute talk will be followed by a Q&A session. Members of the UW community and the public are welcome.

Fridays, 12:30–1:20 PM
Loew Hall, Room 206, UW Seattle campus

1 Credit (Credit/Non-credit)

Registration for UW students is available by entry code; contact the HCDE advisor by emailing hcde@uw.edu.

January 6
Traceability Systems for Coffee Farmers: A Key to Sustainability and Food Security
by Stephen Vick

January 13
Hasslemaps, Theory of Constraints, and User Research
by Skip Walter

January 20
Is This What You Meant? Improving Civic Discussion on the Web with Reflect and ConsiderIt
by Travis Kriplean
NOTE: This lecture has been canceled due to inclement weather. It has been rescheduled for Friday, February 24.

January 27
Creating Great First Impressions: Designing Out of Box and First Time User Experiences to Delight Your Customers
by Cathy Moya

February 3
Making sense of chaos: An evaluation of the current state of information architecture for the Web
by Anne de Ridder

February 10
Stating the Obvious: Why does it take an outsider to tell you your user experience is broken?
by Kelly Franznick

February 17
User Experience Research Takes a Guiding Role at Office Labs
by Julianne Bryant

February 24
Is This What You Meant? Improving Civic Discussion on the Web with Reflect and ConsiderIt
by Travis Kriplean

March 2
Agile UX Research and Design
by Robert Graf

March 9
Contestational Design: Sociotechnical innovation by social movements and advocacy organizations
by Tad Hirsch

March 16
Fast Iteration Prototyping Study
by Paula Bach