UX Speaker Series
Please join the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) for a 10-week seminar this winter on user experience (UX), as industry experts speak about current issues and research in the field.
Each 40-minute talk will be filmed and will be followed by a Q&A session. Videos of each talk will be posted online afterwards. Members of the University of Washington community and the public are welcome.
Fridays, 11:30–12:20 PM
Loew Hall, Room 216
University of Washington, Seattle campus
Two Experiences Enabling Engineering Teams with UX Tools
Jess Holbrook, Amazon
New Rules for Design
Darrel Rhea, Rhea Insight
Distributed User Experience Teams
Susan Mings, Microsoft
Choosing Research Sites and Participants: Neglected Methodology, Negotiation Challenge
Even Design Can Use a Psychologist
Charlie Claxton, Produxs
Designing a Touch-Friendly Search App
Carolyn Wei, Microsoft Bing
Top 10 Accessibility Obstacles in Web-Based Applications & How to Avoid Them
Empowering Mobile Computing with New Interaction Dimensions
Yang Li, Google
Cross-Platform Product Design - Rhapsody Case
Carol A. Taylor, Rhapsody
Registering for Credit
Taking this seminar for credit?
Register for HCDE 521 (1 Credit, C/NC), instructed by Mark Zachry.
Registration for UW students is available by entry code; contact the HCDE advisor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.