2010

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2010

  1. 1. Welcomes You August 10, 2010
  2. 2. Tonight’s program… The Importance of Facial Features Gretchen Anderson, Punchcut Why Tummeling Matters: Human / Human Interaction for Social Engagement Heather Gold
  3. 3. Tonight’s speakers… Gretchen Anderson is design director at Punchcut Heather Gold is a comedian, solo performer, speaker and talk show host
  4. 4. For all the updated information you 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 meeting announcements or the BayCHI discussion lists…  Visit the BayCHI web site at www.baychi.org/subscribe/
  8. 8. Become part of the BayCHI LinkedIn community…  You must be a current member of BayCHI  Go to www.linkedin.com/  Also visit www.baychi.org/linkedin/ for more details News 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:  Volunteer Co-Coordinator  Podcast Co-Recorder  Tutorials Co-Chair  Usability Engineering BOF Leader  Interested? Contact Asha or Stacie at volunteer@baychi.org
  10. 10. For all the updated information you need about BayCHI, visit… www.baychi.org
  11. 11. Tonight’s program… The Importance of Facial Features Gretchen Anderson, Punchcut Why Tummeling Matters: Human / Human Interaction for Social Engagement Heather Gold
  12. 12. Tonight’s speakers… Gretchen Anderson is design director at Punchcut Heather Gold is a comedian, solo performer, speaker and talk show host
  13. 13. Want to suggest a topic for a BayCHI program meeting? Contact the Program Planning Committee at monthly-programs@baychi.org
  14. 14. Do you know an industry leader or have a topic to present for a BOF meeting? Contact a BOF leader at www.baychi.org/bof
  15. 15. BayCHI Tutorials  See the BayCHI website and newsletter for tutorial details  To propose a possible tutorial, contact:  Roeland van Krieken, rvankrieken@baychi.org Visit http://www.baychi.org/tutorial/
  16. 16. Upcoming BayCHI Tutorial: Demystifying and Critiquing Quantitative User Research David Siegel, PhD, Dray & Associates Learn about: • How organizational dynamics undermine quality in quantitative research • Basic practices for developing measures and ensuring their reliability and validity • How to recognize tradeoffs and problems in sampling approaches • How to evaluate claims of statistical significance, and why this is over- rated as a basis for decisions • Why large samples may not be as big as you think they are • ... and more! When: Saturday, September 25, 2010, 9:30am - 4:30pm Where: San Mateo City Library Cost: $170 for BayCHI members / $200 non-members (price increases $40 after 09/18) http://www.baychi.org/calendar/20100925/
  17. 17. BayCHI Library  A service for BayCHI members only  See our staff in the lobby to browse and check out materials  Visit www.baychi.org and click Library for:  our list of tutorial notes and videos  how to reserve, borrow, and return materials
  18. 18. BayCHI Podcasts and Conversations 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
  19. 19. 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/
  20. 20. BayCHI Dinner  Join us before the BayCHI meeting  For information visit our web site at www.baychi.org and click Dinner Info
  21. 21. 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
  22. 22. September BayCHI Meeting Tuesday, Sept. 14th, 7:30 – 9:30PM @ PARC Revealing Design Treasures from The Amazon Jared Spool, CEO, User Interface Engineering For more details, see: http://www.baychi.org/

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