5 Star User Experience:
What Going Out to Eat Teaches Us About UX Design
Are you hungry for a fresh perspective on UX design?
In this fun and interactive presentation, we will step outside the confines of our digital devices, and explore how great restaurants meet their customers needs (and how other restaurants fail to do so). Looking at the principles of restaurant hospitality, we'll discover how these principles apply to building better web sites and mobile apps. We'll discuss what great restaurateurs and great designers have in common and we'll generate some user experience best practices that participants can apply to existing and future designs.
WHO IS JIMMY CHANDLER?
Jimmy Chandler, an independent UX Architect, started his first web-related job in 1997, and has been on a non-stop mission since trying to improve his skills and teach others what he learns. Jimmy's UX-related roles have included information architect, interaction designer, web team manager, interview facilitator, designer/developer, usability specialist, project manager, online recruiting coordinator, writer, editor, and accessibility analyst.
Since 2009 Jimmy has been organizing and presenting at UX conferences and local events on various UX-related topics.
He recently relocated from Arlington, VA to Brooklyn, NY with his wife Nicole, aka @coolacctngchick. You can learn more about Jimmy by following him on Twitter @uxprinciples.
||Registration and Snacks
||Speaker Presentation, Q&A, and Winner Selected
11 West 19th Street, 3rd Floor
(between 5th and 6th Ave)
New York, NY 10011
- $10 for annual members
- $25 for event ticket & annual membership
- $5 for students
- $20 for non-members/general public
SUBMIT YOUR FOODIE PHOTOS AND WIN! (note: deadline lapsed)
Do you take pictures of your food when you go out to eat? Share them with us and we'll include selected submissions in the presentation. One lucky submission will also be selected by Grubhub Seamless as the “Tastiest Photo” for a $50 Seamless gift card.
Sound delicious? Here’s how to enter:
Be sure to include your name, restaurant, a description of what's in the picture, and an optional description of why your photo represents a 5-Star UX dining experience.
Your submissions must be received by Monday, February 24 at 5pm EST to be considered. You must be present at the time of the announcement to claim the prize.
Disclaimer: by submitting your photo, you are allowing Jimmy Chandler to use your name and photo in his presentation, which may be posted on the internet. Neither Jimmy Chandler, Grubhub Seamless, nor the NYC UXPA claim any additional rights to your submissions, nor will they be used for commercial purposes.
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
GrubHub Seamless is the nation’s leading online and mobile food-ordering company dedicated to connecting hungry diners with local takeout restaurants. GrubHub Seamless owns a portfolio of brands that includes GrubHub (www.grubhub.com), Seamless (www.seamless.com), MenuPages (www.menupages.com) and Allmenus (www.allmenus.com). The organization’s free online and mobile ordering platforms allow diners and 4,000+ corporate businesses to order directly from approximately 26,500 takeout restaurants in more than 600 U.S. cities and London, and every order is supported by the organization’s 24/7 customer service. GrubHub Seamless is a privately held company with offices in Chicago, New York, Salt Lake City and London.
Grubhub Seamless is looking to grow their team in New York! Learn more at:
Or join us at the event to learn more about these opportunities.
The evening will feature bite-sized empanadas for Nuchas. Try them all:
Sponsored by Grubhub Seamless!
- ARGENTINE: Pat Lafrieda’s ground beef, onions, peppers, scallions, potatoes & olives. White dough.
- SPICY CHICKEN: Chicken, Chipotle peppers, tomatoes, onions, peppers & fresh basil. Paprika dough.
- PORTOBELLO: Portobello mushrooms, spinach, onions, mozzarella & fresh herbs. Spinach dough.
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