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Reflections on 20+
 years of BayCHI    1
What is
      BayCHI?

Local chapter of ACM SIGCHI




     Ignite-CLSWest 2010
     Keys to Success   2
Serve the
      people

      Don Patterson
Computer & Security Specialist
             •
 BayCHI Founding Father and
 Mem...
Great services
  that reach
 beyond local
    Keri Carpenter
  Usability Researcher
            •
  Job Bank Volunteer



...
Include
    everyone

     Fred Jacobson
       Tech Writer
            •
BayCHI Steering Committee
    member-at-large


...
Engaging people
    creates
  community
        Diane Boross
    Interaction Designer
              •
Treasurer, Membershi...
Keep at it


     Richard Anderson
Consultant on UX Strategy,
  Practice, & Management
              •
 Program Chair (12 ...
Govern by
  consensus

      Steve Williams
   Software Developer
            •
BayCHI Treasurer (8 years)
    Web develop...
Expect change


        Stacie Hibino
      Research Scientist
                •
Past Chair, (interim) Volunteer
   Chair,...
Participate
 immediately

      Howie Tamler
 Usability Consultant, UI
Designer & UX Researcher
            •
Meeting repo...
Get involved


     Lucy Dobler
     UX Specialist
          •
      BOF Chair




 Ignite-CLSWest 2010
 Keys to Success 11
Regular face-to-
 face meetings

      Mike Van Riper
 Software Developer and
         Designer
             •
       BOFs...
Promote the
  practice

  Claudia Brenner
  Entrepreneur &
 Business Strategist
          •
     Vice Chair



 Ignite-CLS...
Open source
  content
www.baychi.org/podcast/

      Steve Williams
   Software Developer
            •
BayCHI Treasurer (...
Welcome
 everyone

    Mary Van Riper
Instructional Designer,
   User Researcher
            •
 Usability Engineering
    ...
Value from the
  programs

     Andrew Wong
     UX Designer
           •
   Intranet redesign,
 Job Bank Coordinator



 ...
Recruit help or
 replacement
 20% sooner
      Ellen Francik
     UX Research,
 Technology Assessment
            •
      ...
We all steer
BayCHI toward
   its goals
   Niranjan Krishnamurthi
Developer, HCI, User Research
              •
         P...
New ideas and
    fresh
 perspectives
      Nancy Frishberg
        UX Strategist,
      User Researcher
              •
C...
What is
      BayCHI?

Monthly Programs • Job Bank •
  BOFs • LinkedIn Group •
 Tutorials • unconferences •
   online Disc...
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We capture comments from 16 current and past BayCHI volunteers about how our organization has attracted members, and functioned for over 20 years. BayCHI, the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI), brings together scholars, practitioners, and users to exchange ideas about human-computer interaction and about the design and evaluation of human interfaces for products and services. BayCHI was founded in 1989.

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Keys to Success as a Volunteer Organization (BayCHI Ignite CLS West2010)

  1. 1. Reflections on 20+ years of BayCHI 1
  2. 2. What is BayCHI? Local chapter of ACM SIGCHI Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 2
  3. 3. Serve the people Don Patterson Computer & Security Specialist • BayCHI Founding Father and Membership Chair (retired) Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 3
  4. 4. Great services that reach beyond local Keri Carpenter Usability Researcher • Job Bank Volunteer Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 4
  5. 5. Include everyone Fred Jacobson Tech Writer • BayCHI Steering Committee member-at-large Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 5
  6. 6. Engaging people creates community Diane Boross Interaction Designer • Treasurer, Membership Chair Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 6
  7. 7. Keep at it Richard Anderson Consultant on UX Strategy, Practice, & Management • Program Chair (12 years) Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 7
  8. 8. Govern by consensus Steve Williams Software Developer • BayCHI Treasurer (8 years) Web developer & Podcast wrangler Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 8
  9. 9. Expect change Stacie Hibino Research Scientist • Past Chair, (interim) Volunteer Chair, Meeting Logistics Coordinator Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 9
  10. 10. Participate immediately Howie Tamler Usability Consultant, UI Designer & UX Researcher • Meeting reporter, Vice Chair Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 10
  11. 11. Get involved Lucy Dobler UX Specialist • BOF Chair Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 11
  12. 12. Regular face-to- face meetings Mike Van Riper Software Developer and Designer • BOFs Chair, LinkedIn Group manager Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 12
  13. 13. Promote the practice Claudia Brenner Entrepreneur & Business Strategist • Vice Chair Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 13
  14. 14. Open source content www.baychi.org/podcast/ Steve Williams Software Developer • BayCHI Treasurer (8 years) Web developer & Podcast wrangler Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 14
  15. 15. Welcome everyone Mary Van Riper Instructional Designer, User Researcher • Usability Engineering BOF co-Chair Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 15
  16. 16. Value from the programs Andrew Wong UX Designer • Intranet redesign, Job Bank Coordinator Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 16
  17. 17. Recruit help or replacement 20% sooner Ellen Francik UX Research, Technology Assessment • Past Chair Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 17
  18. 18. We all steer BayCHI toward its goals Niranjan Krishnamurthi Developer, HCI, User Research • Postmaster Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 18
  19. 19. New ideas and fresh perspectives Nancy Frishberg UX Strategist, User Researcher • Chair, back-up Program host Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 19
  20. 20. What is BayCHI? Monthly Programs • Job Bank • BOFs • LinkedIn Group • Tutorials • unconferences • online Discussion list • Consultants Directory www.baychi.org Ignite-CLSWest 2010 Keys to Success 20
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We capture comments from 16 current and past BayCHI volunteers about how our organization has attracted members, and functioned for over 20 years. BayCHI, the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI), brings together scholars, practitioners, and users to exchange ideas about human-computer interaction and about the design and evaluation of human interfaces for products and services. BayCHI was founded in 1989.

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