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Our UXPA Conference Redux – almost as good as a time machine

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Action. Intensity. Passion. Cold beer.

No, it’s not the latest movie from Lindsay Lohan. It’s the 2013 UXPA Conference Redux, coming up Oct. 25, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

There were a ton of great presentations, discussions, and forums this summer at the UXPA International Conference, but understandably not everyone was able to attend. If you missed the three day conference, want to listen in on a talk that you missed, or even want to hear one of our great speakers again, now is your chance. Eight speakers and panels in just one day for super-low price of $55. That’s practically a steal given that you have some of the best and most experienced speakers in the DC region who can help you become a better User Experience practitioner. Not only are we kicking off the event by talking with UXPA Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Ginny Reddish, you can come to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics in Washington DC to hear topics such as:

  • Designing for Findability
  • Content as a Conversation
  • The Notetaker’s Perspective During Usability Testing: Understanding What’s Important, What’s Not
  • Cultivating Collaboration in Creative Environments
  • UX in Nontraditional Settings
  • This is why my UX research method rocks!
  • UX Yourself: A Business Guy’s Perspective

And to top it off, we have a fantastic social planned immediately following the event (hence the beer).

But wait, it gets better! If you sign up as a UXPA DC member, you’ll be able to attend the UXPA Redux event at a discounted price and be able to attend other UXPA talks and events at members-only prices. It’s just like buying a CostCo membership, except there’s no guarantee that we can send you home with a 200 pack of paper towel rolls or a 55 gallon drum of oatmeal.

So set aside your prototypes, reschedule your usability tests, and tie a laser pointer to a ceiling fan to keep your focus groups occupied so you can come join us for a day of insightful and informative UX discussions.

For more information or to sign up to attend, visit the UXPA DC Conference Redux registration page.