What Makes an Effective User Experience Professional and Team: The UX Management Perspectives (Event)
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What Makes an Effective User Experience Professional and Team: The UX Management Perspectives
September 22, 2009, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM West Hall, Room 411 (aka “Ehrlicher Room”), University of Michigan
The Michigan chapters of UPA and CHI (currently in formation), in conjunction with the University of Michigan School of Information Career Development Office and Student CHI Chapter, invite you to a very special evening networking and panel session. Four industry UX managers and executives will give short position presentations on the individuals and skills that make a successful team. This will be followed by panel and audience Q&A discussion. Come to network, learn, and position/reposition yourself for success in this exciting field.
West Hall, Room 411 (aka “Ehrlicher Room”), University of Michigan
1085 South University Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1107
If you cannot find street parking, continue East on South University and turn right at Forest Street, and park in the Forest Street Parking Structure (650 S. Forest, on the right hand side of the street). Bring your ticket with you to the event to be validated.
Lost en route? Call 734-223-0499
FREE for Full-time Students (ID must be presented)
$10 for MIUPA and MOCHI members
$15 All others
You must RSVP at Upcoming.org
to ensure entrance to this event.
6:00 PM Registration, snacks and networking
6:45 PM Announcements
7:00 PM Program
James M. Anderson
Vice President - Electronic Services, Michigan First Credit Union
User Experience Manager, Techsmith Corporation (makers of Snag-It, Camtasia, Morae, and more)
Information Architecture Lead, ibm.com User Experience Design Team, CIO’s Office, IBM Corporation
Vice President of Client Services, Tec-Ed, Inc.
(aka ‘the Jerry Springer of panel moderators’ and a staunch supporter of the ‘Brawls for Better Brains Society’)
Hope to see you there!,
John C. Rivard
President, Michigan Chapter Usability Professionals Association
Posted by kkowatch at September 17, 2009 10:24 AM