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2011_06_14 BayCHI Welcome Slides 2011_06_14 BayCHI Welcome Slides Presentation Transcript

  • Welcomes YouJune 14, 2011
  • Tonight’s program…Turning Mediocre Products Into AwesomeProducts Jonathan Smiley and Jeremy Britton, Zurb
  • Tonight’s speakers…Jonathan Smiley is a design lead at ZURB and leaddecision maker for ZURB’s suite of productsJeremy Britton is a partner at ZURB, where he acts asdesign lead and strategist with the team
  • For all the updated informationyou need about BayCHI, visit… www.baychi.org
  • Join BayCHI… Visit the BayCHI web site at www.baychi.org and click Join BayCHI Membership is just $20 for the first year and $15 to renew
  • BayCHI Member Benefits Job Bank Consultants Directory Library BayCHI LinkedIn Group membership Tutorial discounts Monthly newsletter Membership Directory Supporting the organization that brings you outstanding programs, BOFs, and tutorials
  • Sign up for monthly meetingannouncements or the BayCHIdiscussion lists… Visit the BayCHI web site at www.baychi.org/subscribe/
  • Become part of theBayCHI LinkedIn community… You must be a current member of BayCHI  Go to www.linkedin.com/  Also visit www.baychi.org/linkedin/ for more detailsNews Flash: We have over 1000 BayCHI members enrolled in the BayCHI LinkedIn group!
  • BayCHI needs you… Volunteers make things happen! Most Urgent Volunteer Needs:  BOF Co-Chair  Usability Engineering BOF Leader  Tutorials Co-Chairs Interested? Contact Asha or Stacie at volunteer@baychi.org
  • For all the updated informationyou need about BayCHI, visit… www.baychi.org
  • Tonight’s program…Turning Mediocre Products Into AwesomeProducts Jonathan Smiley and Jeremy Britton, Zurb
  • Tonight’s speakers…Jonathan Smiley is a design lead at ZURB and leaddecision maker for ZURB’s suite of productsJeremy Britton is a partner at ZURB, where he acts asdesign lead and strategist with the team
  • Want to suggest a topic for aBayCHI program meeting?Contact the Program Planning Committee atmonthly-programs@baychi.org
  • Do you know an industryleader or have a topic topresent for a BOF meeting?Contact a BOF leader at www.baychi.org/bof
  • BayCHI Tutorials BayCHI is looking for new Tutorial Co- Chairs to organize tutorials! Interested? contact:  BayCHI officers: officers@baychi.org  BayCHI volunteer coordinators: volunteer@baychi.org Visit http://www.baychi.org/tutorial/
  • BayCHI Podcasts andConversations Network BayCHI podcasts are now available via Conversations Network For more details, see:  http://www.baychi.org/podcast/  http://chi.conversationsnetwork.org/ We need additional volunteers to help with this exciting effort: • Podcast Curator • Podcast Copywriter
  • BayCHI Recording Policy Recording of this program meeting by audience members is not permitted The new policy is on the program page at www.baychi.org/program/
  • BayCHI Dinner Join us before the BayCHI meeting For information visit our web site at www.baychi.org and click Dinner Info
  • Follow BayCHI RSS feed of events:  http://www.baychi.org/rss.xml On Twitter:  http://twitter.com/baychi On Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/sfbaychi
  • July BayCHI MeetingTuesday, July 12th, 7:30 – 9:30PM @ PARCEducating the Next Generation of Interaction DesignersKristian Simsarian, California College of the Arts and IDEOThe Quest for the Pleasurably Complex: The Rise ofAssistance Systems in the History of Video GamesCarl Therrien, University of Montreal For more details, see: http://www.baychi.org/