World Usability Day 2014: Engagement

  • 13 Nov 2014
  • 6:00 PM - 9:15 PM
  • AppNexus 19 West 22nd Street 4th Floor New York, NY, 10010
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Engagement is the key to the success of a project. But as a UX professional, do you know how to establish a good level of engagement from your target audience - or even your own team? How about to maintain and increase the level of engagement? On this year's World Usability Day, you will learn how your fellow UX professionals practice the art of Engagement.   

Join Bloomberg, the NYC UXPA, the IxDA of New York City, and AppNexus for World Usability Day 2014 on Thursday, November 13th. We have assembled an all-star team of UX rock stars to share their perspectives on engagement models in user experience. Each will deliver a brief presentation on their area of expertise and participate in a panel Q&A consisting of questions from the audience and from our moderator. The evening will be a night of education, debate, reflection and inspiration.


Panelists & Topics

  Success stories in Engaging
  Stakeholders and SMEs

  Fahd Arshad

  Head of UX Design
  for Financial Products

  Bloomberg, LP
Engaging Users With Humor Design

Chelsey Delaney

Senior User Experience Consultant
Catalyst Group

Farzana Gandhi headshotEngagement Through Content Strategy: A Story

Lis Hubert

Independent IA & UX Consultant
Hubert Experience Design
Maya Jackson headshotDesigning B2B2C Experiences

Karen Pascoe

SVP, Group Head of User Experience
MasterCard

Different Types of Engagement

David Whittle
Director of User Research
Spotify

  Making It So

  *Captain Jean-Luc Picard
  Commander, USS Enterprise
  Federation Starfleet
  *will not be appearing in person
    Q&A moderated by

    Cory Lebson

   Principal UX Consultant
   Lebsontech
   President
   UXPA International

Submit your questions for the Q&A now!

Read more about our panelists.


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Tickets

$10    Annual Members
$20
   General Public
$25    Ticket ($10) + Annual Membership ($15)
$15    IxDA of NYC Member Special
   Ticket ($0) + Annual Membership($15)
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$5    Students

Free with admission: snacks, refreshments, networking opportunities, intelligent discussions, not-so-intelligent discussions, enlightenment, and inspiration.

NO WALK-INS. Please register in advance!

Registration closes Wednesday, November 12 at 10:00pm.

Agenda

Thursday, November 13, 2014

6:00-6:45   Networking & Refreshments
6:45-7:00   Opening Announcements
7:00-8:00   Panel Presentations
8:00-8:35   Q&A
8:35-9:15   More Networking & Refreshments


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