December 8th, 2011
Back in November 2009 we asked for you to dig deep into your creative powers and help us name our spring conference. Out of that brainstorm activity, the Web App Masters Tour was born. Well we’re doing it again.
During the spring of 2012, (hint: probably late April) we’re producing a new conference. We’re still putting it together, so we can’t share too many details.
I can reveal this: It’s gonna be about the best practices around designing mobile and incorporating agile into your work environment.
Over the 3-day conference, attendees will choose from a variety of full-day workshops, 90-minute talks, and keynote presentations. It’ll have the kind of field-leading, edge-defining, top-caliber speakers you’ve come to expect from a UIE event, jam-packed with techniques to immediately make a difference with your designs and inspiring insights.
It needs a name. The MoAgile Thingy just doesn’t flow right.
We don’t know what to call this 3-day thing. For lack of anything better, we keep calling it the “MoAgile Thingy”, but we’re dubious that’ll play well outside our walls.
Unlike the last year couple years, this won’t be a conference that goes on tour. This new conference will only occur in one city during 2012.
Give our Thingy a name. Win a free registration.
Would you like to come to our Thingy for free? If so, help us find a better name.
We’re holding a contest. If we like your name, you get to come for free. And 3 people who enter will win a free UIE Virtual Seminar of their choice (live or a recorded one).
Send your entries (as many as you want) to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight (EST) on December 22, 2011. Any ideas are good ideas.
We’ll pick three email addresses out of all the submissions at random and send instructions on how to pick your virtual seminar.
And, if we love your event name enough to use it, you can be our guest at the MoAgile Thingy (or whatever you called it)! How cool would that be?!? (You’ll walk around the event, pointing at every badge and sign, telling everyone around you, “I came up with that!”)
Please, help name our thingy and send your ideas by midnight, December 22!Tweet