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UXCAMP 2012 PROGRAM

SAT OCT 13, 2012

Venue: Ottawa Little Theatre ( Map )

  8:00am Registration and breakfast (provided)
8:45 am Introduction
ROB WOODBRIDGE, Untether.tv (Ottawa, ON)
Welcome Message
9:00am Opening keynote:
JARED SPOOL, UIE (Boston, MA)
It’s a Great Time To Be a UX Designer   /   Slides
10:05am Presentation:
DANA CHISNELL, UsabilityWorks (Boston, MA)
Deconstructing Delight: Pleasure, Flow, and Meaning   /   Slides
  10:50am 10 minute break
11:00am Presentation:
JESSICA IVINS, Independent (Philadelphia, PA)
What Everyone Needs to Know About Designing for Women   /   Slides
11:45am Presentation:
DEREK FEATHERSTONE, Simply Accessible (Ottawa, ON)
Accessibility as a Design Tool   /   Slides
  12:20pm Lunch (provided)
1:30pm Presentation:
JESS McMULLIN, Citizen Experience (Edmonton, AB)
Citizen Experience Design… and You!   /   Slides
2:15pm Presentation:
SHAI IDELSON, Sid Lee (Montreal, QC)
UX Lessons From Evil Ad Men   /   Slides
  2:45pm 15 minute break
3:00pm Presentation:
NICK FINCK, Deloitte Digital (Seattle, WA)
Big Picture UX   /   Slides
3:45pm Presentation:
JEFF PARKS, DIGIA UX / Rosenfeld Media (Ottawa, ON)
Creativity – The Missing Link Between Data and Common Sense   /   Slides
  4:10pm 10 minute break
4:20pm Presentation:
GABOR VIDA, Teknision (Ottawa, ON)
Project Chameleon
4:45pm Closing keynote:
STEVE PORTIGAL, Portigal Consulting (San Francisco, CA)
The Power of Bad Ideas   /   Slides
  5:45pm Closing remarks and prize draws
  6:00pm Networking / Drinks (on-site)

SUN OCT 14, 2012

Venue: 122 Lamoureux Hall, Ottawa U ( Map )

The second day of UXcamp Ottawa 2012 was dedicated to a full-day design jam. We invited UX designers, IAs, usability specialists, product designers, visual designers etc. to join a team and work towards a solution for a user experience challenge. Details of the challenge were made public on the day of the event. Teams were randomly chosen on site from the pool of participants.

9:00 am Registration and Breakfast (provided)
9:30 am Problem definition
10:00 am Team breakouts
12:30 pm Lunch (on your own)
1:30 pm Preparation of team presentations
2:30 pm Team presentations
4:30 pm Announcement of winners
5:00 pm Networking/Drinks (Location: TBD)

*Image credit: CanUX & Elida Arrizza

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