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 Brit...
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 fir...
BayCHI Member Benefits   Job Bank   Consultants Directory   Library   BayCHI LinkedIn Group membership   Tutorial dis...
Sign up for monthly meetingannouncements or the BayCHIdiscussion lists…   Visit the BayCHI web site at       www.baychi.o...
Become part of theBayCHI LinkedIn community…   You must be a current member of BayCHI      Go to www.linkedin.com/     ...
BayCHI needs you… Volunteers make things happen! Most Urgent Volunteer Needs:     BOF Co-Chair     Usability Engineeri...
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 Brit...
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:     B...
BayCHI Podcasts andConversations Network BayCHI podcasts are now available via  Conversations Network For more details, ...
BayCHI Recording Policy Recording of this program meeting by  audience members is not permitted The new policy is on the...
BayCHI Dinner Join us before the BayCHI meeting For information visit our web site at  www.baychi.org and click Dinner I...
Follow BayCHI   RSS feed of events:     http://www.baychi.org/rss.xml   On Twitter:     http://twitter.com/baychi   O...
July BayCHI MeetingTuesday, July 12th, 7:30 – 9:30PM @ PARCEducating the Next Generation of Interaction DesignersKristian ...
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  1. 1. Welcomes YouJune 14, 2011
  2. 2. Tonight’s program…Turning Mediocre Products Into AwesomeProducts Jonathan Smiley and Jeremy Britton, Zurb
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. For all the updated informationyou need about BayCHI, visit… www.baychi.org
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. Sign up for monthly meetingannouncements or the BayCHIdiscussion lists… Visit the BayCHI web site at www.baychi.org/subscribe/
  8. 8. 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!
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. For all the updated informationyou need about BayCHI, visit… www.baychi.org
  11. 11. Tonight’s program…Turning Mediocre Products Into AwesomeProducts Jonathan Smiley and Jeremy Britton, Zurb
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. Want to suggest a topic for aBayCHI program meeting?Contact the Program Planning Committee atmonthly-programs@baychi.org
  14. 14. Do you know an industryleader or have a topic topresent for a BOF meeting?Contact a BOF leader at www.baychi.org/bof
  15. 15. 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/
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. 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/
  18. 18. BayCHI Dinner Join us before the BayCHI meeting For information visit our web site at www.baychi.org and click Dinner Info
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. 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/
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