Os ganhadores dos ingressos para o Interaction South America 2013

Já falamos aqui sobre o Interaction South America 2013, sobre os palestrantes já confirmados e sobre o sorteio de ingressos aqui no blog.

Depois de 154 retweets e 153 candidados (um deles era uma conta fantasma), finalmente o resultado:

Primeiro número sorteado no random.org: 66

66

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Ingressos para o Interaction South America 2013

Já falamos por aqui que as inscrições para participar do Interaction South America 2013 já estão abertas. O evento acontece dos dias 13 a 16 de novembro em Recife. A boa notícia é que o pessoal da organização (IxDA Recife) conseguiu dois ingressos para sortearmos entre os leitores do Blog de AI.

Interaction South America 2013 em Recife

Tá afim de ir? Ganhar um ingresso e depois fazer um post aqui no blog contando suas impressões sobre o evento?

Basta seguir o @blogdeai no Twitter e retuitar o tuíte abaixo:

Dia 30/07 faremos o sorteio e divulgaremos aqui. Os custos de passagem e hospedagem não estão inclusos; somente o dos ingressos. Aliás, no site do Interaction tem mais informações sobre passagem e hospedagem pra você já ir se preparando :)

3, 2, 1, valendo!

Inscrições abertas para o Interaction South America 2013, em Recife

Nós não costumamos divulgar eventos e cursos aqui no blog, porque tem muita picaretagem é difícil saber se os conteúdos serão proveitosos para os nossos leitores.

Mas esse é evento sério, de gente grande.

Interaction South America 2013

Nos dias 13, 14, 15 e 16 de novembro desse ano, o Recife receberá uma trupe de designers de interação interessados em aprender com profissionais renomados, trocar experiências e conhecer a cidade. São 50 apresentações de artigos acadêmicos, 30 apresentações de cases de mercado, palestras rápidas, palestras longas, mesas redondas e 12 workshops, incluindo 2 ministrados pelo Instituto Nokia de Tecnologia (INdT). A organização é da turma do IxDA Recife.

As inscrições já estão abertas no site >

Os slides do Lean UX NYC 2013

Lean UX NYC

Temas muito bons no Lean UX NYC desse ano, para mudar muito do que você conhece (ou pensa que conhece) sobre UX.

O mais legal é ver como startups e empresas menores norte-americanas estão lidando com Experiência do Usuário dentro da estrutura do time, e como os ciclos de design de uma ou duas semanas podem ser realmente eficientes para aproximar cliente e usuário do processo de design.

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Os vídeos do Interaction 2013

Esse é para salvar e ver com calma quando tiver um tempo.

O pessoal da IxDA se encontrou em Toronto para a sua 6ª conferência anual no evento chamado Interaction 13.

Abaixo seguem os vídeos das principais apresentações e painéis de discussão que ocorreram por lá.

Panel Discussion: The Great UX Debate

Following the outstanding success of the ‘Great IxDA Debate’ at Interaction12, Dublin, SapientNitro & IxDA have joined forces once again to organize another ‘Great UX Debate’ at Interaction13, Toronto. On the morning of January 31st, join a panel of five industry experts and over 300 UX practitioners, to play your part in resolving some of the toughest debate statements the UX community can muster! With Angel Anderson, Teresa Brazen, Mikkel Michelsen, Robb Stevenson, Lou Lenzi & Donald Chestnut.

Panel Discussion: Open Brands

Building brands digitally is a given now. It’s a critical part of any brand manager’s role. The winning brand experiences are those that now tap consumers to co-create their future. OPENESS needs new talent, new thinking, new models, new risks, new interpretations of ROI. Interaction Designers have always focused and cared only about delivering compelling memorable experiences, that ensure the consumer is at the center of the experience. How does/is the “social-web empowered consumer” drive brands and designers of brand experiences to think differently about their brand message & identity? What are the characteristics of a truly Open Brand? Many traditional brand managers think about Open Brand as a multi-channel strategy, yet poorly execute on delivering a consistent experience across those channels, leaving users with very fragmented experiences. This panel brings three senior experience design leaders to discuss the important role interaction designers have in driving Open Brand development in today’s hyper-digital marketplace. The discussion will focus on laying a definition to what Open Brands characteristics are and how companies can move towards delivering Open Brand experience to their customers via each touchpoint they design for in their brand strategy. With Matt Walsh, Donald Chestnut, Steve Baty & Suzanne El-Moursi.

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Eventos internacionais de UX em 2012 e 2013

Gosto de postar aqui com bastante antecedência quando fico sabendo de eventos internacionais de UX ou AI. Assim as pessoas conseguem se programar melhor para a próxima viagem – o que é sempre uma boa oportunidade de conhecer lugares novos, pessoas novas e ainda assistir palestras que chegam ao Brasil com menos frequência do que gostaríamos.

Abaixo um compilado de alguns eventos que acontecem nesse final de 2012 e no início de 2013.

Espero que a lista seja útil. Aproveite para compartilhar com os amigos UXers :)

Cooper U UX Boot Camp (October 8-11, 2012)

Petaluma, California USA

“Four-day design training for designers, developers, and product managers who want to take their product design skills to the next level. You’ll expand your toolkit as you learn new design methods, leadership skills, and collaboration approaches from our industry experts. Then, you’ll put these learnings intopractice by designing real product concepts for a local nonprofit, Edible Schoolyard Project – and all this with the mentorship of Cooper’s senior practitioners and active feedback from the client. Better yet, this particular UX Boot Camp will be hosted in a creative workshop space on the 50-acre farm of our founder, Alan Cooper, just 45 minutes north of San Francisco. This is a UX training experience not to be missed!” Link

User Experience Design Essentials (October 15-17, 2012)

Burlington, Vermont USA

“A three-day course–targeted specifically at software professionals who aren’t experienced designers.” Link

Web Usability – UX Fundamentals (October 16, 2012)

Brisbane, Australia

“An introduction to User Centred Design tools and techniques. How to improve the usability of websites, intranets, software and applications. User research methods to understand your users. Designing intuitive menus & information architectures by involving users.” Link

Interaction Design (October 22-23, 2012)

Sydney, Australia

“This course will explore a range of tools, methods and interaction design principles relevant to a websites, web applications, forms, intranets and mobile web.” Link

User Experience Design Workshop (October 22, 2012)

Vancouver, Canada

“In People Before Pixels UX training you’ll learn how to create engaging online experiences for desktop and mobile that focus on the most important part of digital interaction – the people who engage with your product or service.” Link

Information Architecture Workshop (October 23, 2012)

Vancouver, Canada

“Using every day objects easily found at your local office supply store, Stop Searching. Start Finding. Information Architecture training will teach you the fundamentals of IA for both web and mobile.” Link

Web Usability Testing Training (October 24, 2012)

London, UK

“This one day Web usability testing training course provides delegates with practical examples, comprehensive notes, guidelines and sources of reference.” Link

Content Strategy Workshop (October 26, 2012)

Vancouver, Canada

“Managing Web Content That Connects Content Strategy training brings “strategy” back to content enabling you to make smarter business decisions on when, where, and how to publish content online.” Link

Service Design Global Conference 2012 (October 28-30, 2012)

Paris, France

“At this years conference we will be investigating how positive economic, social & cultural change can be assisted with the use of design. We will be looking at how Service Design promotes successful inter- and transdisciplinary projects, how it can transform internal working cultures and how service cultures vary in different countries and the implications of that. The theme: cultural change by design.” Link

User Experience Design Essentials (October 29-31, 2012)

San Diego, California USA

“Three-day course–targeted specifically at software professionals who aren’t experienced designers.” Link

Web Usability – UX Fundamentals (November 5, 2012)

Sydney, Australia

“An introduction to User Centred Design tools and techniques. How to improve the usability of websites, intranets, software and applications. User research methods to understand your users. Designing intuitive menus & information architectures by involving users.” Link

User Interface 17 (November 5- 7, 2012)

Boston, Massachusetts USA

“UI17 includes two days full-day workshops and one day of talks on topics including advanced design processes, flexible team-based techniques, and innovative multi-device solutions.” Link

User Experience Design Essentials (November 12-14, 2012)

Washington DC, USA

“Three-day course–targeted specifically at software professionals who aren’t experienced designers.” Link

An Event Apart San Francisco 2012 (November 12-14, 2012)

San Francisco, California USA

“Two days of 12 great speakers and sessions followed by an intense all-day learning session (check the AEA site for the topic). Purchase tickets for the conference, all-day learning session or both.” Link

User Experience Design Essentials for Managers (November 15, 2012)

Washington DC, USA

“This one-day course focuses on user experience design from the management point of view. It covers the business value of great design, developing design thinking, leading and influencing a design team, effective teamwork, and fostering a great design culture. Taking UX Design Essentials for Managers will give you the essential, practical knowledge you need to lead your team to create great user experiences that your customers will love.” Link

Interaction Design (November 19-20, 2012)

Brisbane, Australia

“This course will explore a range of tools, methods and interaction design principles relevant to a websites, web applications, forms, intranets and mobile web.” Link

push.conference (November 23-24, 2012)

Munich, Germany

“push.conference is an incredible two day event on everything interactive taking place in the heart of Munich, Germany. The interdisciplinary mix of the two days bridges the gap between User Experience Design and Interactive Arts, highlights their similarities and shows what both fields can learn from each other.

International designers, developers and artists team up to share insights about the process of creating great user interfaces and innovative interactive media installations. push.conference connects professionals from the fields of user experience, interface design, software development, generative design, computational art, information visualization and hardware tinkering.” Link

Mobile User Experience (UX) Training (November 27, 2012)

London, UK

“This one day interactive Mobile user experience (UX) training course is designed for people who want to learn about usability and user experience considerations for mobile phone and handheld devices.” Link

Interaction 13 (Jan 27-31, 2013)

Toronto, Canada

“Celebrate 10 years of interaction design and embark on a journey toward defining our role as guides through social interactions, digital and beyond. Inspire and be inspired at Interaction13 and make an impact on the social fabric of your community, organization, and society.” Link

2nd Annual Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (February 25-26, 2013)

Greenville, North Carolina USA

“A 2-day workshop with a highly interactive format, the Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI) explores the relationships between and within the contexts that affect complex information, information design, information architecture, user experience, and usability. It seeks to examine how design choices influence people’s behavior when interacting with complex information, and how the knowledge of situation contexts improves the design of complex information systems.” Link

SXSW Interactive 2013 (March 8-12, 2013)

Austin, Texas USA

“Five days of compelling presentations from the brightest minds in emerging technology, scores of exciting networking events hosted by industry leaders, the SXSW Trade Show and an unbeatable lineup of special programs showcasing the best new digital works, video games and innovative ideas the international community has to offer.” Link

IA Summit 2013 (April 3- 7, 2013)

Baltimore, Maryland USA

“The IA Summit is the premiere, community-curated, and volunteer-run gathering on the ever-evolving disciplines of information architecture and experience design. It provides students, practitioners, and anyone interested with great tactical skills, amazing inspiring ideas, and an opportunity to collaborate and celebrate the great things happening in our communities of practice. And that’s just the beginning.” Link

UX London (Apr 10-12, 2013)

London, England

“3 days of inspiration, education and skills development for User Experience Designers.” Link

The 99U (May 2–3, 2013)

New York, New York USA

“1% inspiration, and 99% perspiration. The goal of the 99U is to shift the focus from idea generation to idea execution. To accomplish this, we bring together some of the world’s most productive creative visionaries and leading researchers to share pragmatic insights on how ideas are brought to life.” Link

UXLX (May 15-17, 2013)

Lisbon, Portugal

“UXLx is a premier User Experience Conference, and our speaker lineup is really the cream of the crop in the industry worldwide. They’re Usability Experts, Information Architects and Interaction Designers, all of them experts in their fields. You’ll not only be inspired by their 10 thought provoking talks but you’ll have the opportunity to learn one on one in their 16 practical workshops.” Link

Slides do UX Lx: User Experience Lisboa 2012

Para quem não foi ao UX Lisboa 2012, algumas das apresentações que rolaram por lá no mês passado:

Online Selling, Choice, trust, freedom & control

The Language of Discovery: Designing Big Data Interactions

Make Your Users Boogie

The Architecture of Understanding

The Mobile Frontier

Experience Principles for cross culture projects – Navigating the Digital spice route UX LX 2012

Journey mapping as insight tool – a healthcare case study UXLX 2012

Well, We’ve Done All This Research, Now What?

Mapping the Journey – Experience Beyond the Screen

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