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  1. Conference Review: Enterprise UX 2017, Part 1

    March 20, 2018

    The third annual Enterprise UX (EUX) conference opened on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, when a day of workshops convened at the Argonaut┬áHotel, which is located in the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park at Fisherman’s Wharf. The main conference took place Thursday, June 8, through Friday, June 9, at the Innovation Hangar in the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco’s Marina District.

    Overall, Rosenfeld Media, the producer of this event, delivered a well thought out conference experience, with excellent content. I’m glad the organizers made attending EUX easy for me this year by moving the conference from San Antonio to San Francisco, which is a great city to visit. In recent years, one of my design goals has been the consumerization of enterprise software, so it was high time I attended this conference. Now that I have, I’m sorry I missed the first two. Read More

  2. Creating Conceptual Comics: Storytelling and Techniques

    April 14, 2006

    An IA Summit 2006 Workshop: Presented by Kevin Cheng and Jane Jao

    I have a confession to make. I almost didn’t sign up for the Creating Conceptual Comics workshop. When I saw it listed in the IA Summit program, several questions came to mind.

    • First, how could anyone fill a whole day with a topic like this?
    • Second, with all the “serious” stuff in the same time slot, shouldn’t I do one of those workshops instead?
    • And third, I don’t really know how to draw all that well; so what could I do with comics anyway?

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  3. Review: Enterprise UX 2017, Part 2: Conference, Day 1

    April 30, 2018

    The main Enterprise UX (EUX) 2017 conference took place on Thursday, June 8, and Friday, June 9, at the Innovation Hangar in San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts.

    In Part 1 of my review of EUX 2017, I covered the overall conference experience, including its organization, content, presenters, proceedings, venue, hospitality, events, and attendee community. Jim Nieters and I also reviewed the full-day workshops we each attended on Wednesday, June 7:

    • Strategy for Design Leadership”—Dave Malouf, Director of Product Design at Digital Ocean
    • Product Management for UX People”—Laura Klein, Principal at UsersKnow, and Kate Rutter, Principal at Intelleto

    Now in Part 2 of my review, I’ll cover Day 1 of the main conference. Across two full days of conference sessions, the organizers provided a highly enjoyable and edifying conference experience. Read More

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