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Monday, June 25 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
The Road to User-Friendly Design Begins Here

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User Experience Design (UX) is far from being the new kid on the block. We see and experience various aspects of usability in the everyday environment and products we use, from consumer products, to airport wayfinders, to store checkout areas. But, in recent years, UX has developed into a recognized industry buzzword, so it’s no wonder that organizations talk of it, know of it or want to learn about it. We want to help people understand why its important and the best ways to still incorporate it even when you run into everyday challenges such as budget constraints, users interests vs. client goals.

User experience design doesn’t just project a heroic voice for users. It keeps organizations relevant, alert, and responsive to make products and services users need and want to use. Thus, the more an organization knows about its users, the more competitive edge they have over the competition.



Jeff Doan - Developer, BrowserMedia

Kizaan Knapp - Marketing, BrowserMedia 



Jeff Doan


Kizaan Knapp

Marketing enthusiast with a focus on providing information architecture, interaction design, and usability consulting, to complement a better user experience. Owner of a spoilt miniature dachshund, and a big fan of all mystical creatures, robots and long walks on the beach.

Monday June 25, 2012 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Nclud Studio 1203 19th St. NW, 3rd Floor Washington, DC 20036

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