UX Conference Opps and April Event Follow-upPosted: May 15, 2014
With ModevUX starting this upcoming Monday, you have only a few days left to take advantage of RichmondUX’s 25% registration discount. It’s looking like it’ll be a great event, and we hope to see you there! Our promo code is UX14RUX.
Fellow RUXster (and planning committee member) Bogdan Stanciu has a ticket for the upcoming conference in Charleston that he cannot use. As it was purchased early, it is available for $200 less than the current price. The conference runs June 11-14 and looks like another great event. Take a look and reply or DM him at @bog_dan if you are interested in going.
Our friends at UXPA D.C. are ramping up for this fall’s UserFocus conference, and there are lots of opportunities to get involved already:
- The call for proposal submissions is open but closes soon (June 1st), and they are seeking proposals from both new and experienced UX practitioners.
- Every conference requires the help of volunteers, and UserFocus is no exception. If you’d like access behind the scenes and a chance to give back to the community, consider volunteering to review submissions or to help out at the conference itself.
- Last but not least, early registration is now open!
All details are available here: https://userfocus.busyconf.com/bookings/new
Follow-up to April’s Meetup
Whether you were able to attend last month’s presentation, Eye-tracking and the User Experience: What You Need to Know, featuring Jen Romano Bergstrom, we wanted to follow up with a few details:
- Jen’s book “Eye Tracking in User Experience Design” is available in both paperback and eBook formats from Amazon or direct from the publisher (for 25% less).
- Jen posted her presentation deck to Slideshare, including her presentation notes.
– The RUX Planning Committee