Special Code for Upcoming Eye Tracking in UX Design Event / RUXsters Get 25% off

eye-trackingWe are proud to be a strategic partner for The Eye Tracking in UX Design Conference, taking place on October 16 in Washington DC. Leading experts in eye tracking will discuss how they have taken advantage of this new technology to understand, design, and evaluate user experience. They will explore recent advances in the technology, which tracks how users interact with mobile devices, large-screen displays and video game consoles. Methods for combining eye tracking with other research techniques for a more holistic understanding of the user experience will be discussed. This is an invaluable resource to those who want to learn how eye tracking can be used to better understand and design for their users.

If you’re interested in attending, we have a special discount code for our members! Please use code RUX when registering to get 25% off! Hope to see you there! Follow #ETUX2014 on Twitter for updates and live tweets from the conference!

Schedule

  • 9:15am – Intro to Eye Tracking | Andrew Schall
  • 9:45am – Eye Tracking Visual Search Patterns | Dr. Soussan Djamasbi & Dr. Adrienne Hall-Phillips
  • 10:15am – Eye Tracking with Usability Testing | Erica Olmsted-Hawala
  • 10:45am – Physiological Response Measurements: Coupling Eye Tracking with EEG, EDA and Pupil Dilation | Sabrina Duda
  • 11:30am – Lunch
  • 12:30Pm – Eye Tracking the UX of Forms and Surveys | Dr. Jennifer Romano Bergstrom
  • 1:00Pm – Eye Tracking to Understand Information Architecture and Web Navigation | Andrew Schall
  • 1:30Pm – Eye Tracking how Users Interact with Web Content | Ian Everdell
  • 2:00Pm – Eye Tracking the UX of E-Commerce Websites | Wilkey Wong & Mike Bartels
  • 2:45Pm – Eye Tracking the Mobile Experience | Dr. Jibo He & Dr. Barbara Chaparro
  • 3:15Pm – Eye Tracking the Gaming Experience | Dr. Veronica Zammitto
  • 4:00Pm – Afternoon Break (Beverages & Snacks)
  • 4:15Pm – Eye Tracking with Older Users | Dr. Jennifer Romano Bergstrom
  • 4:45Pm – Eye Tracking with Low Literacy Users | Angela Colter & Dr. Kathryn Summers
  • 5:30Pm – Discussion: The Future of Eye Tracking & User Experience

Check out the session descriptions and speaker credentials at http://eyetrackingux2014.busyconf.com/schedule. Don’t forget to enter code RUX when you register!


ModevUX Coming to McLean in May / RUXers Get a 15% Discount

We plan to write more soon about plans for RUX in 2014, but for now we’re just going to keep on posting about UX events we think you’ll find worthwhile. Along those lines, Richmond UX is one of the event sponsors for ModevUX 2014, which takes place May 19-20 in McLean, VA. As an event sponsor, RUX’s members are entitled to a 15% discount on registration using the discount code UX14RUX. (Apparently, the best pricing ends tomorrow, so get to it!)

What is ModevUX, you may ask? In their words (and some of mine…collaboration!):

modevUX 2014 - May 19-20 in McLean, VA

Now in its 3rd year, ModevUX is a 2-day conference, featuring more than 40 speakers—industry experts including Josh Clark, Lea Verou, Carolyn Chandler, Steven Hoober, and Sian Morson. (It just so happens that next month’s speaker, Jen Bergstrom, will be there too.)

There will be premium workshops and breakout sessions, where you can get your hands dirty, as well as industry case studies and insights from the main-stage talks and keynotes. Mingle, recruit, and network with hundreds of other UX professionals. ModevUX offers a superior conference experience and unbelievable content, at an unbeatable value. [Ed. Note: I haven’t been, so I can’t vouch for this claim.]

Schedule Overview

  • Monday, May 19 – ModevAcademy Half-Day Workshops and Mini Workshops, Opening Reception @ DIG
  • Tuesday, May 20 – Keynotes, Case Studies, and Panel Discussions

Featured Speakers:

  • Josh Clark – Author, “Tapworthy”; Founder, Global Moxie;
  • Lea Verou – W3C CSS Working Group Member; Author, CSS Secrets
  • Carolyn Chandler – Author, “A Project Guide to UX Design”, “Adventures in User Experience”
  • Steven Hoober – Author, “Designing User Interfaces”
  • Sian Morson – Author, “Learning Design for iOS Dev”; CEO, Kollective Mobile
  • Brett Bishop – Principal Design Strategist, Capital One Labs
  • Lilian Tydings – User Experience Director, Rosetta Stone
  • Cory Hudson – Sr. Creative Director, AOL
  • Rebecca Ormsby – User Experience Director, Hewlett Packard
  • Elissa Shevinsky – CEO / Founder, Glimpse

modevUX LogoCheck out the full schedule and speaker lineup at www.modevux.com. Don’t forget to enter code UX14RUX when you register!