What Makes an Effective User Experience Professional and Team: The UX Management Perspectives

A summary of this sold out event is listed on the SOCHI web site (Thank you SI Students!)

September 22, 2009, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

West Hall, Room 411 (aka “Ehrlicher Room”), University of Michigan

The Michigan chapters of UPA and CHI (currently in formation), in conjunction with the University of Michigan School of Information Career Development Office and Student CHI Chapter, invite you to a very special evening networking and panel session. Four industry UX managers and executives will give short position presentations on the individuals and skills that make a successful team. This will be followed by panel and audience Q&A discussion. Come to network, learn, and position/reposition yourself for success in this exciting field.

When

Tuesday September 22nd, 2009 6:00 – 8:30PM

Where

West Hall, Room 411 (aka “Ehrlicher Room”), University of Michigan

1085 South University Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1107

Schedule

6:00 PM Registration, networking, and pizza

6:45 PM Announcements

7:00 PM Program

Panelists

James M. Anderson

Vice President – Electronic Services, Michigan First Credit Union

Barbara Hernandez

User Experience Manager, Techsmith Corporation (makers of Snag-It, Camtasia, Morae, and more)

Keith Instone

Information Architecture Lead, ibm.com User Experience Design Team, CIO’s Office, IBM Corporation

Laurie Kantner

Vice President of Client Services, Tec-Ed, Inc.

Moderator

Dave Mitropoulos-Rundus


(aka ‘the Jerry Springer of panel moderators’ and a staunch supporter of the ‘Brawls for Better Brains Society’)

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One Response to “What Makes an Effective User Experience Professional and Team: The UX Management Perspectives”

  1. Looking forward to the panel! I posted an outline and some possible debate topics – but I am sure the audience will have much better questions – they always do.

    http://instone.org/ux-management

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