UPA 2010 Munich & UX Camp Europe - Overview

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I have attended UPA 2010 Conference at Munich, Germany and UX Camp at Berlin. This presentation gives an overview of both the conferences topics, talks and i have illustrated all my learnings and takeaways!

~Ranjeet Kumar Tayi

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UPA 2010 Munich & UX Camp Europe - Overview

  1. 1. Embracing Cultural Diversity – User Experience Design for the World Conference notes & learnings get ready… Ranjeet Kumar Tayi  User Experience Designer2010  International UX Conference  (Germany) ranzeeth@gmail.comUsability Professionals Association (UPA) ‐ Munich www.thinkusable.blogspot.com& UX Camp Europe –Berlin www.ranjeeth.com
  2. 2. German’s are great designers… Beauty of Architecture & Design
  3. 3. Conference Hotel
  4. 4. Conference hall(More than 850+ UX designers from more than 55 countries have  attended..
  5. 5. UX Lunch SessionsGather based on different UX topic selections
  6. 6. UX sessions which I have attended at UPA: Technology is a Cultural Practice Usability Perspectives for Everyone  (Hinman) Using Stories Effectively in User Experience Design (Quesenbery and Brooks) Offshore Development Culture and User Experience (Iyengar)  Guided Selling: Helping Customers Make Sense of Your Offering (Hawley)  Agile UX: The Good, the Bad, and the Potentially Ugly (Rauch)  East meets West and West meets East (Szuc and Iyengar)  Evaluating Touch Gesture Usability (Arthur) `
  7. 7. UX sessions which I have attended at UPA:  “Selling” UX By Aligning User Experience With Your Organization’s  Goals: When it Comes to “Selling” User Experience (UX) Processes,  Methods and Techniques (Sherman and Szuc) Of frogs in wells and hearing your own accent Panel ‐ (Straub, Lew, Barker, Rawlins, Chabukswar, and Burgess) Designing Communities as Decision‐Making Experiences (T and Howard) Dealing with Difference  Usability Perspectives for Everyone (Bieling and Göllner) Designing for Delight (Colborne) How Does Accessibility Fit into Today’s Usability Practice? Panel
  8. 8. UX sessions which I have attended at UPA:  Schedule of UX sessions which I have attended: Establishing Cross‐Cultural Collaboration in the Field of User  Centered Design (Plach, Scholz, Srinivasan and Pradhan) International Student Design Competition Q&A  From International Observations to Cultural requirements ‐ Integrate or Tailor Cultural Differences in User Interface Design (Zhou, Meng and Rampoldi‐Hnilo) CLOSING PLENARY: Change, Impact & Optimism  Usability Perspectives for Everyone  (Buzzini and van Heerden)
  9. 9. UX sessions which I have attended at UX Camp Europe:  ‐ Information and Users Information divide Enterprise 2.0 Eche Grifueter ‐ Reusing UI prototyping without creating 20MBIes. Thomas Immich ‐ Educating UX & IA professionals (Panel Discussion) Pipaa & Thomas ‐ Next Generation User Interaction soscha ‐ An Introduction to the Psychology of Creativity Wore Ronald ‐ UX Design for Aero planes & Ships Navigation Cindy & Mulan
  10. 10. UX sessions which I have attended at UX Camp:  ‐ Hidden IA, Strutting User Driven Data Bas Evers & Xancer Roofer ‐ IPod User Interface, why does it new & how does it matters Fasen Marryo ‐ Knowledge Sharing in Companies (We know a lot but where?) Comen Fehrenbach ‐ Visual Note making / Sketch notes‐ An introduction & workshop Eva Loth Lamm ‐How can we draw on the concepts of the Off‐Line Service Met.        Gurus to improve online customer satisfaction. Eric Reiss 
  11. 11. Read more on my blog: http://thinkusable.blogspot.com/2010/06/attended‐upa‐2010‐munich‐germany.html
  12. 12. Thank You Ranjeet Kumar Tayi ranzeeth@gmail.comDesign & Photography: Ranjeet | Sketch notes: Amanda Jahn (london)

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