Age of User Experience comes to Perth - finally!

Chuck has aligned the planets and I’m heading west to do “The Age of User Experience” at the Perth .NET Community of Practice on this Thursday 5th July at 5pm. I’ll cover the same “user experience as a product differentiator” stuff, but I’ll update the demos to include more Silverlight and a better cross-section of…


Get a (bigger) room! Age of UX Melb gets upsized.

Apologies to all those who have not been able to register for Age of User Experience in Melbourne – we ran out of space! We’ve upsized the venue and registratons are now open again. Thanks Mon for your help!


Age of User Experience - Sydney, Brisbane (2) and Melbourne

Well, we’ve finally got our act together and scheduled the Age of User Experience briefings for Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. The dates are: Sydney: Wednesday 11th of April, 4:00pm Brisbane: Thusday 12th of April, 5:00pm AND Friday 13th of April, 8:00am Melbourne: Wednesday 18th of April, 4:00 pm The plan is to take a couple…


The Age of User Experience - Sydney (11/4), Brisbane (12/4 & 13/4), Melbourne (18/4)

  You are invited to  attend a Microsoft briefing on “The Age of User Experience” .   Where an d When Sydney Brisbane Melbourne Microsoft Theatre 2, 1 Epping Rd, North Ryde Microsoft, Level 9, Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane Microsoft Theatre, Level 5, 4 Freshwater Place, Southbank Wednesday, 11th of April: 4:00pm to…


Age of UX - one down

Well the first Age of UX event really well – I think. The numbers were great, there were lots of good questions (and one sticky question – Kordsey knows what I mean), the pizza’s were good and on the roadtrip home Kordsey and I got to bond as only newbies can – by complaining and eating jelly…


Taking it on the road - 'The Age of User Experience' - First Stop: Canberra

Well, there’s only so many coffees I can drink in one-to-one sessions with designers, so we’re going for mass-market appeal with a little roadshow we’ve called “The Age of User Experience”. (A title I stole from a Microsoft presentation by Parimal Deshpande, senior product manager for Windows Presentation Foundation.) Were gonna take this show around…