Join us as we talk about Inclusion through User Experience!
The world is changing and the climate of well-balanced and open society is not as prevalent as many of us would like. Technology is developing alongside new political changes. This year, 2017 is a pivotal moment in history and we can help shape the course of events by the work we do.
This year, Puget Sound World Usability Day is November 9th, and will be showcasing an invitation-only roster of exciting speakers from our region's leading companies and organizations, including Google, Disney, Amazon, Microsoft, The City of Seattle, Tableau, the University of Washington, among others. Our event, Inclusion through User Experience is the final conference of the International Event of World Usability Day.
We will have a full day of speakers from 9am to 5pm, with keynote speaker Bill Buxton of Sketching User Experiences beginning our day and a Happy Hour at the end. Students ($20) and Industry professionals ($40) donation.
9:00 | Stephen Giff | Opening Remarks
9:15 | Bill Buxton | Everything's Getting Easier to Use Yet Life is More Complicated Than Ever
10:00 | Molly Stevens | Driving with Uber & What it Taught me About Leading A Team
10:30 | Coffee break
10:45 | Vicki Haberman | Different Works: Creating digital touchpoints that people love
11:15 | Candace Faber | How to Design a City for All
11:45 | LUNCH & networking
1:00 | Dharma Dailey | How the Connected Crowd Supports Crisis Affected Communities
1:20 | Jeremy Johnson | Including the User: How insights drive business
1:50 | Amber Lundy | Tall tales and fundamentals of machine learning UX
2:20 | Darcy Stalport | Selling UX Strategy: A framework for behavior change
2:50 | Tamara Adlin | Inclusion Within: Learning to see Exec teams as user and your work as a product
3:20 | Coffee break
3:40 | Steve Foster | Using Biometrics UX to Better Understand a Diverse Marketplace
4:00 | Jeff Pettiross | The Data Divide: Who's left behind?
4:30 | Aideen Strong | Women in UX Panel
| Ashby Fiser, Ona Anicello, Shira Gordon, Aliza Gold, Rebecca Destello
5:30 | Stephen Giff | Closing Remarks
6:00 | Happy Hour