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Attaining a Collaborative Shared Understanding

In this week’s article I recap the two types of shared understanding and which of them is more likely to produce a successful design. Here’s an excerpt from the article: As we study what makes design teams successful, shared understanding keeps bubbling up to the top of our list. Teams that attain a shared understanding are […]

Five Reasons to Register for the UX Immersion: Interactions Conference

Design the right things. Design the things right. Attending the UX Immersion: Interactions Conference in Portland, OR, MAY 1 – 3 will be one of the best UX training events you have ever attended. Here are 5 reasons why. The six workshop topics Lean UX, prototyping, experience mapping, enterprise interaction design, animation and motion, and […]

How to Innovate Right Now

In this week’s article Scott Berkun gives us the secrets on how to become an innovator. Here’s an excerpt from the article: The biggest secret of innovation is that anyone can do it. The reason is simple: It’s just not that hard. Look up the word “innovate” in any dictionary and see what it actually means, instead […]

Misconceptions about Collaboration

This week, we revisit an article by Dan Brown. Here’s an excerpt from the article: There are three ways in which people misunderstand collaboration: They oversimplify what it is. They believe it to be ineffective and inefficient. They focus on the wrong aspect of it. Collaboration is far more complex than they realize, far more […]

Grab Your Seat Today at the Lowest Rate

This is your last chance to save some money when you register at the lowest rate for the UX Immersion: Interactions Conference in Portland, OR, MAY 1 – 3. In addition to saving $300, here’s what you’ll get when you register through Thursday, February 2: Two Day-long Workshops: Choose two fantastic interactive workshops to practice new […]

Come to Boston and Change the Way You Design Forever. ​

Experience New UX Practices, Backed up by the Latest Theories in Effective Design A conference tailored to raise your design practice to new heights. Gain the super powers to tackle today’s most challenging design problems. Full-day workshops reveal the nuance and insight necessary to deliver great designs. Choose from these full-day workshops: Cyd Harrell Low-Cost Guerrilla […]

Your Tribe Awaits at UI21 in Boston

 At the UI21 Conference October 31 – November 2 in Boston, you get intensive, game-changing material that will challenge how you think about and practice design. Use coupon code UICONF to save $300 off your full conference registration which includes: Your choice of two daylong workshops and/or a day of featured talks One month of complimentary […]

Keep Some Cash When You Register Now

The 9/16 Rate Increase is Coming Fast. Register Today and Save Your Money Register today for the User Interface 21 Conference, October 31 – November 2, 2016, in Boston. Don’t wait because the lowest rate of $1,975 disappears on Friday, September 16. Choose from these full-day workshops: Cyd Harrell Low-Cost Guerrilla User Research Jeff Patton Integrating Design into […]

Jumpstart Your Design Projects With An Effective Discovery Process

Before your team can identify innovative solutions, they need to truly understand the problems they’re solving. The discovery process—gathering information, processing information, exploring ideas, and focusing on a plan—will get your team ready. You’ll want to spend the day with Dan in his workshop to see how to do these critical skills and more: Frame the design […]

Don’t Blow It – Register Now at the Lowest Rate for UI21

Register for UI21 before the 8/12 Rate Increase and Save Your Money Save money and guarantee a spot in the workshops of your choice. Register today for the User Interface 21 Conference, October 31 – November 2, 2016, in Boston. Don’t wait because the lowest rate of $1,675 disappears on Friday, August 12. Choose from these full-day workshops: […]